March 18, 2014

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Practicum Opportunities

This letter was forwarded from Dr. John Romano.

Good afternoon,
I received your email from William Robiner when I inquired about who I may reach out to regarding our practicum opportunities at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Currently, we are able to host doctoral level advanced practicum students at our Center City (adult) and Plymouth (adolescent) locations and would be eager to work with you all in placing students both this year and in coming years. If anyone has any interest in talking more about practicum placements I would be eager to continue the conversation. I can be reached via email or by phone, both of which are listed below.

Thank you so much in advance for your time and attention to this,

Meghan Miller, PsyD, LP
Training Director/Senior Clinician
Hazelden, a part of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation
Desk: 651-213-4719
mmiller@Hazelden.org

Posted by hard0158 at 11:01 AM

November 9, 2011

Assessment Practicum for Doctoral Students

Our goal at CALM is to determine the cause of difficulties with attention, learning, and/or memory, and to recommend an individualized treatment approach using the most current brain based research. Since many disorders can either resemble or complicate attention problems, we employ a conservative and comprehensive approach to the assessment process. Our assessment of children and adults includes:
• A thorough clinical history
• A battery of tests measuring attention (auditory and visual abilities)
• Cognitive elements (IQ, achievement, and memory)
• Learning disability assessments (reading, language, and expressive/receptive problems)
• Assessment for possible secondary disorders including depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive symptoms, and/or other learning and attention disorders.
Practicum students at CALM commit to a 12-month practicum and agree to work 20 hours per week. Students typically start either in June or September. Over the course of one year, students learn to administer, interpret, and integrate the following assessments:
• Intelligence tests (WAIS-IV, WISC-IV)
• Achievement tests (WIAT-II and WIAT-III)
• Memory instruments (WMS-IV, CMS, Rey Complex Figure Test)
• Personality assessments (MMPI-2, MMPI-A, PAI, MCMI-III)
• Continuous performance test (IVA+Plus)
• Brain functioning assessment (QEEG)
• As well as a multitude of self-report instruments and other assessments
In addition to this training, students can expect to get one hour a week of individual supervision from a Licensed Psychologist and one hour of group supervision. Students typically write 30-40 integrated reports over the course of their one-year practicum experience.

Successful practicum students are curious, conscientious, and collaborative. Students who are willing to ask questions and share opinions generally do well at CALM. Former practicum students have found the practicum to be a broad, deep introduction to psychological assessment and indicated that the experience was valuable when applying to predoctoral internship sites.

For more information, contact Gary Johnson, Ph.D., LP, at gary@calm.us or Chris Bedford, Ph.D. at chris@calm.us. Gary and Chris can also be reached by phone at 612-872-2343.

Posted by rutka005 at 2:46 PM

March 25, 2010

Practicum Info


CSPP Practicum Students:

Two Position Descriptions, 2010-11, Women's Center, University of Minnesota

We are seeking two CSPP Practicum Students to work with the Women's Center. Some work would involve supporting existing programs but there is also room for a Practicum Student to shape the experience based on your interests, expertise and desired areas for professional growth. Looking forward to hearing from you!

The Women's Center, one of five departments in the Office for Equity & Diversity (OED), works to achieve equity for women students, staff and faculty at the University of Minnesota. Practicum Students report to the director and also maintain a close working relationship with the assistant director. Practicum Students participate in the Women's Center's weekly meetings and an individual meeting. For more information, www.umn.edu/women or call 625-9837.

Qualifications
• Current graduate student
• A passion for achieving women's equity and social justice.
• Demonstrated commitment to, and experience working with diverse students and communities.
• Effective written and interpersonal communication skills.
• Strong organizational skills. Ability to establish goals and priorities that integrate organizational objectives (University, OED and WmC) and to evaluate program progress and results.
• Ability to take initiative and work independently. Flexibility and a sense of humor.
• Ability to work as part of a diverse team.
• Prefer prior programming experience and prefer knowledge of issues of privilege.

Major Responsibilities - CSPP Practicum Student I
• Assist in the continued development and implementation of a leadership program for undergraduate women
• Support/sustain three existing groups supporting the success of women students of color, particularly African American women students, Hmong women students and International Asian Women. If time permits launch another group (e.g. lesbians, multi-racial women students, Chicana/Latina women students, or Native American women students).
• Author, or co-author, an article for publication on your work at the Women's Center.
• Engage in work consistent with the mission of the Office for Equity & Diversity to create and sustain a campus environment that values and actively supports an inclusive, diverse and equitable University community.

Major Responsibilities - CSPP Practicum Student II
• Coordinate and supervise the Women's Center's volunteer program.
• Develop and coordinate workshops for students to become allies for women.
OR Develop and coordinate programs and workshops for men on creating inclusive climates for women.
• Author, or co-author, an article for publication on your work at the Women's Center.
• Engage in work consistent with the mission of the Office for Equity & Diversity to create and sustain a campus environment that values and actively supports an inclusive, diverse and equitable University community.

Other Possible Responsibilities (depending on the Practicum Student's skills and goals)
• Coordinate and offer workshops in an area of expertise
• Explore ways to increase collaborations across campus (especially with women of color, women in the STEM fields, transwomen, lesbians, white women learning more about privilege and men)
• Assist with development of women student activist group
• Assist with our 50th anniversary events
• Assist in the development of men's programming (survey, coordinate programs)
• Assist in the development of professional development circles for staff and faculty.
• Develop and staff a St. Paul office (in collaboration with MCAE and GLBTA).
• Employ technology to increase our educational outreach and resource efforts. Create podcasts, etc.
• Offer drop-in hours for women students to receive academic support and career planning advice. Track and report student participation, satisfaction, and progress through evaluations and other metrics and prepare an end-of-semester report

Posted by rutka005 at 12:43 PM

January 27, 2010

Practicum Info

Career Counseling Practicum Internship 2010-2011
University of Minnesota - St. Paul Campus Career Center

About Us
• The St. Paul Campus Career Center provides career services to a diversity of undergraduate and graduate students from the College of Design, the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resources Sciences, and the College of Continuing Education.
• Our office is known for providing practicum interns with a warm, supportive, and team-based atmosphere in which to learn and practice career counseling skills.
• Since the office was established in 2004, 100% of our 6 past practicum interns have gone on to immediately secure full-time positions in higher education student services, including career counseling and advising roles, within their desired geographic location.
• Learn more about the career center at www.stpaulcareers.umn.edu

Opportunities Include
• Individual career counseling appointments with students.
• Co-teaching a career development course.
• Opportunities to use career assessment instruments (Strong Interest Inventory, Myers Briggs Type Indicator, StrengthsQuest).
• Inclusion in meetings, ongoing staff training and professional development.
• Special projects based on your interests, created in collaboration with your supervisor.

Qualifications Required
• Currently seeking a Master's degree in counseling, higher education or a related field.
• Experience with job search skills, career development, teaching or advising is preferred, but not required.

Logistics
• Internship hours are flexible, but typically interns have worked at least 20 hours/wk.
• Office hours are 8:00am - 4:30pm, with occasional evening and weekend opportunities.
• Thorough training, ongoing supervision and support will be provided.
• Stipend of $500/semester.
• Please note that at this time the office is unable to offer LP/LPC supervision.

To Apply
• Application deadline is Monday, February 15, 2010 at 4:30pm.
• Questions? Contact Liz Hruska at hrus0010@umn.edu or 612-624-2172.
• To apply send resume, cover letter and the names, titles, and phone numbers of at least 3 persons who can provide references (indicate the length and nature of the relationship with each reference) via email to Liz Hruska at hrus0010@umn.edu or hard copy to:

Liz Hruska, Intern Search Committee Chair
198 McNeal Hall
1985 Buford Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108

Posted by rutka005 at 3:58 PM

January 13, 2010

Practicum Info

University of Minnesota
University Counseling and Consulting Services
Notice of 2010-2011 Advanced Practicum

We typically have 3-5 trainees each year and seek doctoral students who have completed at least one prior counseling practicum during masters or doctoral level training. Priority is given to those with more extensive training. Experience is expected to include personal counseling; experience with career or academic counseling is valued. Trainees will see the full range of presenting issues--including personal, career, and academic concerns. In addition to counseling, trainees are expected to complete two outreach activities in collaboration with an intern or staff member.

Because the University has college-specific career centers where students get help with pursuing internships and jobs, the types of career issues we address are more generally conceptualized as "who am I and I and where am I going?" Academic counseling includes helping students address how personal concerns, such as perfectionism or anxiety, affect their academic pursuits. Training in UCCS's approach to career and academic counseling will be provided in the orientation.

Hours:
15 hours per week with 8 openings for counseling, 1 hour of individual supervision, 1 hours of group supervision, 5 hours for case review, paperwork, and outreach, etc.

Orientation: Required and likely to take place in late August. Dates and times to be determined.

Recording Requirements: All sessions must be recorded via webcam to facilitate supervision. NB: We do not allow session recordings to be transported outside our center.

Questions: UCCS website for further information about our agency and the training program at: http://www.uccs.umn.edu/

Cynthia Fuller, Ph.D., LP at 612-624-0325, full0060@umn.edu

Salina Renninger, Ph.D., LP at 612-626-7374, renni001@umn.edu

Application Deadline: February 26, 2010; Offers extended March 26

Application Materials: Cover letter, CV, transcript (unofficial is fine), and 2 recommendation letters

Send To:
Cynthia Fuller, Ph.D., LP
University Counseling and Consulting Services
340 Appleby Hall
128 Pleasant Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
UCCS is a unit of the Office for Student Affairs 1/13/2010

Posted by rutka005 at 8:25 AM

January 12, 2010

Practicum Info

The Counseling Center at Gustavus Adolphus College is seeking an advanced practicum student to join our staff during the 2010-2011 academic year.

Gustavus Adolphus College
Counseling Center
St. Peter, MN
August 15, 2010 - May 31, 2011


Position Description:
The Counseling Center at Gustavus Adolphus College is seeking an advanced practicum student to join our staff during the 2010-2011 academic year. Responsibilities include conducting intakes, individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, psychological testing and assessment, consultation, and educational programs and workshops. Supervision includes up to two hours of weekly individual supervision and weekly group case consultation.

Applicants must be able to commit to at least 16 hours per week for both semesters. You must have basic counseling and case conceptualization skills, and priority is given to those with previous counseling experience or relevant life experience. Post-master's degree and/or doctoral level students are preferred.

Professional Development Funds: Professional development money is available to defray the costs of conferences, books, etc.

Description of the Practicum Site: Gustavus Adolphus College is a private liberal arts school with a strong Swedish Lutheran heritage. We enroll 2600 undergraduate students from 42 states and 23 foreign countries who represent a wide spectrum of economic and sociological backgrounds, as well as a variety of religious affiliations. We are located in St. Peter, MN, about 75 minutes southwest of the Twin Cities. A vanpool runs from the Twin Cities on a daily basis.

Please see our website, www.gustavus.edu/counseling or call 507-933-7027 for further information

Application Process: To apply, please send or email a letter of application, vita, and the names and phone numbers of three references to:

Stacey Gerken, Ph.D., L.P.
sgerken@gustavus.edu

Gustavus Adolphus College
800 West College Avenue
St. Peter, MN 56082


Posted by rutka005 at 3:04 PM

August 18, 2009

Practicum Info

Graduate student practicum/internship position

CEHD Career Services has a graduate student practicum/internship position available for the 2009-2010 academic year. The commitment is approximately 20 hours per week, but flexible.

Position description
Assist undergraduate and graduate students in identifying majors and career interests and goals using personal exploration and assessment tools through one-on-one appointments. Work with staff to develop career services that will support a diverse student population. Assist students with preparing for a job search including searching for employers, writing cover letters and resumes, and interviewing skills. Conduct classroom presentations and outreach on career and student development related topics. Participate in CEHD and U of M events and programming such as career fairs and panels, and recruiting events.

Required
Must be a graduate student currently enrolled in a Masters or PhD level program in College Student Personnel, Counseling Psychology, Higher Education or related field.

Contact
Jeannie Stumne, Undergraduate Career Coordinator, at stumn001@umn.edu

CEHD Career Services mission statement
Prepare and support undergraduate and graduate students and recent alumni in the College of Education and Human Development to make well thought out decisions about their career development and job search by:
• Providing resources, individual appointments, programs, and presentations.
• Valuing differences and meeting students and recent alumni where they are.
• Creating and maintaining employer relations to enhance networking connections and recruitment opportunities for CEHD students and recent alumni.
• Collaborating with CEHD departments and the greater University of Minnesota community.

To learn more about CEHD Career Services visit www.cehd.umn.edu/career

Posted by rutka005 at 7:46 AM

August 3, 2009

Practicum Info

Graduate student practicum/internship position

CEHD Career Services has a graduate student practicum/internship position available for the 2009-2010 academic year. The commitment is approximately 20 hours per week, but flexible.

Position description
Assist undergraduate and graduate students in identifying majors and career interests and goals using personal exploration and assessment tools through one-on-one appointments. Work with staff to develop career services that will support a diverse student population. Assist students with preparing for a job search including searching for employers, writing cover letters and resumes, and interviewing skills. Conduct classroom presentations and outreach on career and student development related topics. Participate in CEHD and U of M events and programming such as career fairs and panels, and recruiting events.

Required: Must be a graduate student currently enrolled in a Masters or PhD level program in College Student Personnel, Counseling Psychology, Higher Education or related field.

Contact Jeannie Stumne, Undergraduate Career Coordinator, at stumn001@umn.edu

CEHD Career Services mission statement
Prepare and support undergraduate and graduate students and recent alumni in the College of Education and Human Development to make well thought out decisions about their career development and job search by:
• Providing resources, individual appointments, programs, and presentations.
• Valuing differences and meeting students and recent alumni where they are.
• Creating and maintaining employer relations to enhance networking connections and recruitment opportunities for CEHD students and recent alumni.
• Collaborating with CEHD departments and the greater University of Minnesota community.

To learn more about CEHD Career Services visit www.cehd.umn.edu/career

Posted by rutka005 at 2:41 PM

April 10, 2009

Practicum Info

The GLBTA Programs Office is still accepting practicum applicants for the 09/10 school year.

If you would like to apply, contact Anne Phibbs at phib0001@umn.edu. Please attach your resume to your email.

If you are interested in finding out more about this practicum site, email the current CSPP practicum students Angie Sheldon and Sean Mayo at qmentor@umn.edu.

Posted by rutka005 at 4:52 PM

March 27, 2009

Practicum info

The Wellness Center Carleton College has two positions remaining for 09-10 advanced practicum training at The Wellness Center at Carleton College. If you have students that did not secure practicum positions or an internship and are interested in doing a 10-month advanced practicum, we'd welcome their application.

The Wellness Center offers a full range of counseling services including:
individual counseling, group counseling, outreach education, and crisis management. Practicum training at The Wellness Center provides an opportunity to work as a member of a multi-disciplinary team that includes both psychologists and medical providers. Practicum students attend case conferences and receive 1 hours of weekly individual supervision from a licensed doctoral-level psychologist.

Carleton College is a co-ed residential liberal arts college of approximately 1,800 students located in Northfield, Minnesota (a 35-45 minute drive south of the Twin Cities metro area). An annual stipend of $1,500 is provided to compensate each practicum student for mileage to and from the practicum site.

Along with individual counseling, training opportunities for practicum students include:
- group co-facilitation
- involvement in outreach programming
- working with student peer health educators
- collaboration with other offices within the Division of Student Life

Practicum student responsibilities:
- 16 hours total practicum commitment per week
- 8 10 hours of direct client service per week
- maintenance of case notes and client records
- provision of case management services as required

Applicant qualifications:
- current enrollment in a doctoral program in counseling/clinical psychology
- prior completion of at least one year-long counseling practicum

To apply, please send a letter of interest and resume to:

Marit Lysne, Psy.D., LP
The Wellness Center
Carleton College
One North College Street
Northfield, MN 55057
Attn: Practicum File

Posted by rutka005 at 2:35 PM

February 6, 2009

Practicum Info

***ONE TIME ONLY UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY***

University Counseling and Consulting Services (UCCS) is now accepting applications counseling practicum for the 2009-2010 academic year. This practicum is typically not available to CSPP students. However, this year we have a couple openings that qualified students may apply for.

A qualified applicant is:

1) a B.A. direct admit and who does not yet have an first practicum experience
OR
2) seeking a “sanctioned clinical experience? and does not yet have an extensive practicum history.

This practicum will not qualify as the CSPP advanced practicum and does not meet the criteria for a MA-level practicum.

If you have any questions about whether you qualify, please speak with your advisor or contact Salina Renninger, Ph.D., LP (Training Director at UCCS) at 612-624-3323 or renni001@umn.edu.

Students who participate in this practicum will need to register for the course associated with this training, Psy 8514 (fall) and Psy 8515 (spring). This is a two semester practicum training experience.

The UCCS counseling practicum requires a minimum commitment of 17 hours per week. The required times of attendance will be determined after examining each students required coursework and planning around that schedule to find mutually agreeable times. Further information about the center and the practicum can be found at: http://www.uccs.umn.edu.

Prospective applicants should submit the following:
• Cover letter
• Curriculum vita
• Two letters of recommendation (at least one of the letters from someone familiar with the applicant’s clinical skills)
• Academic transcripts (unofficial transcripts are acceptable)

Applications should be sent to:
Sarra Beckham-Chasnoff, Ph.D. L.P., LMFT
University Counseling and Consulting Services
109 Eddy Hall
192 Pillsbury Drive S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455-0213

To be considered, applications must be received no later than February 27, 2009. Interview notification will occur no later than March 6. Interviews will be scheduled the week of March 23-27 and notification of placement will occur no later than March 30, 2009.

For further information, please contact Sarra Beckham-Chasnoff, Ph.D., LP, LMFT at, (612) 624-3323 or beckh002@umn.edu.

Posted by rutka005 at 10:44 AM

January 30, 2009

Practicum Info

TWIN CITIES INTERNSHIP CONSORTIUM
(Practicum Level)

Background
This practicum opportunity is available through a consortium of organizations. Park Avenue Center will be the primary setting; time permitting, the practicum student will also be involved with PERT Prevention Programs. A minimum of 15 hours weekly is expected.

Organizations
Park Avenue Center (parkavenuecenter.com) in Minneapolis is a chemical dependency facility for adults. The men and women clients at Park Avenue frequently have had several encounters with being in treatment. Their previous struggles with relapse may be due in part to having a co-occurring mental health disorder that has gone untreated. The more traditional, segregated approach to treating co-occurring disorders (i.e., using two separate programs) is no longer the standard of care in the Minnesota community. Instead, the model has shifted clearly towards addressing the needs of these clients in an integrated delivery system.

The mental health team model (two psychologists and interns) was implemented at Park Avenue Center in the summer of 2008. The team’s mission is to help identify clients in which co-occurring disorders may be present, and to intervene in a brief therapy model. Mental health team members are also an integral part of the chemical dependency groups at Park Avenue Center.

Internship Focus

Park Avenue Center
This placement emphasizes experience in working with individuals with co-occurring chemical and mental health issues. Opportunities include:
1. Mental Health Assessments/History
2. Brief psychotherapy
3. Co-facilitation of chemical dependency groups
4. Thorough training in an assessment-and-referral model for individuals who need to be referred to outside resources (e.g., psychiatric consultation).
5. Psychoeducational presentations to groups
6. Program development
7. Mental health in-service training presentations

PERT Prevention Programs
This placement emphasizes one-day workshops with court-referred individuals and provides the following opportunities:
1. Learning the principles of co-facilitation, particularly as the student develops the skills necessary for the workshops.
2. Understanding the motivation that leads to theft and other common offenses
3. Recognizing how to develop rapport quickly within a group setting
4. Developing guidelines for intervening differently with adults versus adolescents.

PERT Prevention Programs (pertpreventionprograms.com) provides one day workshops for individuals referred for various misdemeanor offenses. PERT has been in operation since 1980, and it is under the direction of a licensed psychologist.

As a training opportunity, the PERT Program encourages the student to learn “on your feet? presentation skills and how to intervene with individuals who often might be characterized as resistant or reluctant. There are separate workshops for adults and juveniles.

For the complete announcement for this practicum, please download the full posting: Download file

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The College of St. Catherine
Graduate Practicum Internship Site Announcement (2009-2010 academic year)
Career Development Office

The Career Development Office at The College of St. Catherine is accepting applications for a graduate intern position for the 2009-2010 academic year. The intern will be expected to work in the office 15-20 hours per week from September through May (approximately 600 hours). Availability on weekday evenings and some weekends is expected, but aside from that, the schedule is negotiable.

The College of St. Catherine serves women undergraduate students in the liberal arts and professional degree programs. Students include traditional-age and non-traditional day students, students participating in the Weekend College Program, and students enrolled in one of eight graduate programs offered at the College. The College also includes a two-year campus in Minneapolis that serves both women and men, primarily in healthcare-related fields. Services offered in the Career Development Office include: comprehensive career counseling, assessment, internship supervision, job/internship search strategies, job/internship fairs including on-campus fairs as well as state-wide fairs, an extensive career library and website, workshop presentations, a 2-credit career development course, and on-campus recruiting programs. In addition, the career development staff are integrally involved in college-wide retention programs, providing career focus to co-curricular and curricular programs

The graduate intern will be involved in a wide variety of functions in the office including:
• Providing individual appointments and walk-in hours
• Assisting in program planning and presentations
• Participating as a member of the Student Affairs Staff
• Administering a career shadowing program, focused primarily on sophomores
• Participating in weekly supervision and staff meetings

Ideal candidates will have some knowledge of career development and some previous experience working with students. Candidates should have some knowledge of administering and interpreting assessment instruments (specifically the Strong Interest Inventory and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator). Candidates should be independent workers with a high level of energy. We are looking for someone with a strong interest in the field of career development, and will offer a fine learning environment in return. The required 30 hours of licensed supervision are also available.

Those interested in applying should send a resume, a letter of interest, and the names and contact information for two references to:
Kimberly Betz
Director
Career Development, Mail #F-26
College of St. Catherine
2004 Randolph Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105
(phone 651-690-6511)

Posted by lind0449 at 3:17 PM

January 13, 2009

Practicum Info

ADVANCED PRACTICUM
Carleton College

The Wellness Center at Carleton College invites CSPP doctoral students to apply for our advanced practicum program. CSPP students who have participated in our training program in recent years have included: Jeffrey Walter, Michelle Trotter, Julie Koch-McDonald, Dan Hess, and Juihsien Kao. For 2009-2010, we will be offering three advanced practicum positions at The Wellness Center.

The Wellness Center offers a full range of counseling services including: individual counseling, group counseling, outreach education, and crisis management. Practicum training at The Wellness Center provides an opportunity to work as a member of a multi-disciplinary team that includes both psychologists and medical providers. Practicum students attend case conferences and receive 1 ½ hours of weekly individual supervision from a licensed doctoral-level psychologist.

Carleton College is a co-ed residential liberal arts college of approximately 1,800 students located in Northfield, Minnesota (a 35-45 minute drive south of the Twin Cities metro area). An annual stipend of $1,500 is provided to compensate each practicum student for mileage to and from the practicum site.

Along with individual counseling, training opportunities for practicum students include:
- group co-facilitation
- involvement in outreach programming
- working with student peer health educators
- collaboration with other offices within the Division of Student Life

Practicum student responsibilities:
- 16 hours total practicum commitment per week
- 8 – 10 hours of direct client service per week
- maintenance of case notes and client records
- provision of case management services as required

Applicant qualifications:
- current enrollment in a doctoral program in counseling/clinical psychology
- prior completion of at least one year-long counseling/therapy practicum
- demonstrated interest in working with a college student population

To apply, please send a letter of interest and resume to:

Marit Lysne, Psy.D., LP
The Wellness Center
Carleton College
One North College Street
Northfield, MN 55057
Attn: Practicum File

Applications must be received by February 18, 2009.

Posted by lind0449 at 11:25 AM

November 14, 2008

Practicum Info

*Attention CSPP Doctoral Students*

Advanced Practicum Opportunity For Spring Semester

At the Vocational Assessment Clinic (VAC)

• Great opportunity to get career assessment and counseling experience in a highly autonomous and flexible setting.
• 3-credit advanced practicum for students who have had some exposure to career theory and career assessment instruments.
• Students are expected to carry a load of 3 to 5 clients at a time and attend a biweekly group supervision meeting. Most counselors end up conducting 1 or 2 sessions per week.

VAC is a non-profit clinic housed within the Department of Psychology.
We work with clients from the community who are considering career changes. The VAC career package includes comprehensive testing of abilities, values, interests, and personality and one-on-one interpretation sessions. For more information about VAC, visit: www.psych.umn.edu/psylabs/vac/default.htm.

If you are interested or would like to learn more about an advanced practicum at VAC, please contact Amy Conlon at iwanx002@umn.edu or 612-624-7796.

Posted by lind0449 at 10:21 AM

October 31, 2008

Practicum Info

Practicum position opportunity for 2009-2010

Greetings,

Though it seems like we have just begun the 2008-2009 academic year, it is already time to begin thinking about next year! Attached you will find a position description for a career counseling practicum available in the Career and Community Learning Center in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota. We would greatly appreciate anything you can do to help us spread the word among your students. As you can see from the description, we do a rolling application process so we will fill the position as soon as we find a good match. Please encourage your students to consider this opportunity and if interested, to submit their application materials right away.

Thank you for your help,
Robin Stubblefield
full description: Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 10:25 AM

August 29, 2008

Practicum Info

Note: This site might work as a (paid) practicum placement! Applicants should be mindful of the need to negotiate with the supervisor so that, if hired, it would fit with CSPP practicum guidelines.
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View job in GoldPASS: goldpass.umn.edu

Viewing Job: 35309/Career Educator/Counselor

*Job ID: 35309
*Job Title: Career Educator/Counselor
Organization Name: Minneapolis Employment & Training Program

Linked To: Patricia Behrend

Referenced Schedule:
No of Openings: 1
Work Schedule: flexible hours
Hours per Week: 16
Wage/Salary: $13/hr.
*Job Paid: Yes
Compensation Details: Paid every 2 weeks
Employment Start Date: August 20, 2008
Employment End Date: June 30, 2009
Supervisor: Teresa Harrold
*Job Description: -College intern will deliver career counseling and resource information to Minneapolis high school students for the coming school year (2008-2009).
-The intern will start in mid-August and work 15-17 hours a week at 4 Minneapolis alternative schools, at the Minneapolis South Workforce Center and other community sites
-Deliver comprehensive employment and career counseling and raise awareness of Minnesota’s workforce development system and current labor market
-Introduce students to Minneapolis Workforce Centers' services and programs
-Help students/parents with STEP-UP applications
-Help plan and implement a teen job fair
-Promote the STEP-UP Program in Minneapolis main-stream high schools.
-Provide one-on-one and classroom (group) job search assistance and career counseling
-Receive comprehensive career counseling training
-Develop/Adapt materials and curriculum
*Qualifications: -College Junior, Senior or Graduate Student
-Work or volunteer experience in teaching or counseling
-Experience living or working in a diverse setting
-Work or volunteer experience with teens and/or refugees/immigrants
-Excellent communication and organization skills
-Familiar with web design tools and HTML
-Self-motivated and reliable
*Application Instructions: Applications Accepted until position filled
Email resume and cover letter to: patricia.behrend@ci.minneapolis.mn.us
Questions? 612-673-6220

Posted by lind0449 at 11:57 AM

August 8, 2008

Practicum Info

Hi,

A college of mine over at fahrenHEIGHT360 forwarded me information on a position they are looking to fill for a "Career Development Counseling Practicum/Internship". It's only for 12-15 hrs/wk, so I'm not sure how many students would be looking for something like this, but I thought I'd forward this info on to you. It sounds like they are looking to hire very soon...

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Position: Career Development Counseling Practicum/Internship

fahrenHEIGHT360: (www.fahrenheight360.com) positively impacts society
through our expertise in innovative entry-level talent management.
fahrenHEIGHT360 facilitates career exploration and development for
undergraduates and recent grads as they transition from college to the
professional world.

fahrenHEIGHT360 Core Values:
* Integrity
* Results Oriented
* Passion
* Positive Mind Set
* Change Inviting
* Learning Agile

Position Description: As a Career Development Counselor with
fahrenHEIGHT360, you will be responsible for daily aspects of career
development in the Twin Cities office. The position reports to the
Career Coach and is part of the 360Catalyst Team. Responsibilities include:

* Facilitate group and individual meetings with our undergrads and grads using our 360 Catalyst Program.
* Monitor attendance and participation in groups.
* Collaborate with the 360 Catalyst Team to implement, expand, and deepen our personal and professional development program.
* Administer daily aspects of career development in the Twin Cities office.
* Supervise for-credit undergraduate internships.
* Administer benefit programs, including: pay raises, managing minimum expectations, etc.
* Administrative duties related to the above responsibilities.
* Other duties as assigned.

Location of Position: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Hours: 12-15/week for 2008-2009 academic year
Compensation: $500.00 stipend per semester. Good potential practicum
hour fulfillment.

Strong potential candidates possess the following attributes and experience:
* Experience and passion for working with emerging adults (18-28 years of age)
* Education, psychology or student development background
* Experience or desire to work in career counseling / coaching / development
* Ability to apply career development concepts in a for-profit business setting
* Strong interpersonal skills, including group facilitation
* Excellent communication skills, including verbal and written
* Self-motivated and self-directed
* Excellent problem solving and conflict resolution skills
* Ability to be flexible and respond to immediate needs
* Strong computer skills in Word, Excel and Outlook

If you are interested in this position, please send a resume and a cover
letter discussing how your skills and personality would make you a good
fit with our company and successful in this position. Please e-mail
materials and/or inquiries to bhaugo@fahrenheight360.com.

Maria Helgerson
Campus Relations and Recruitment Manager
p: 651.894.6369
f: 651-894-6677
mhelgerson@fahrenheight360.com

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Andrew N. Sayre
Graduate Assistant
Student Unions & Activities
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

300 Washington Ave SE, Suite 126
Minneapolis, MN 55455-0371

email. sayre017@umn.edu
phone. 612/625-4208
fax. 612/624-9124
online. http://www.sua.umn.edu/

Posted by lind0449 at 9:40 AM

July 25, 2008

Practicum Info

To: CSPP Doctoral Students
From: Vocational Assessment Clinic
Re: Advanced Practicum Opportunity

WORD DOCUMENT OF FLYER IS ATTACHED Download file

Looking for more assessment and career counseling experience?

Consider an advanced practicum at the Vocational Assessment Clinic (VAC)

VAC is a non-profit clinic that operates out of the Department of Psychology in Elliott Hall. We serve a diverse clientele of individuals from the Twin Cities Community. Through comprehensive testing and one-on-one counseling, we assist clients in developing career paths in which they can be both successful and satisfied.

Counselors operate relatively autonomously in working with their assigned clients. A biweekly group supervision meeting provides opportunity for case consultation and enables counselors to get more in-depth information about specific assessment instruments and client concerns.

Prerequisites
- Completion of at least one beginning practicum in a setting that focused on development of basic counseling skills.
- Background in assessment (i.e., completion of an assessment course).
- Knowledge of career development.

We have openings to begin either Fall or Spring Semester

For more information, contact the clinic director, Dr. Amy Conlon, at iwanx002@umn.edu.

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North Hennepin Community College, Internship/Practicum Info

Academic Advising position for students in SSS/TRIO program at NHCC. Find more info online: http://www.nhcc.edu/pdfs/student_resources/SSS_TRiO_internship_description.pdf

Posted by lind0449 at 9:23 AM

July 18, 2008

Practicum Info

Norht Hennepin Community College, Internship/Practicum Info

Academic Advising position for students in SSS/TRIO program at NHCC. Find more info online: http://www.nhcc.edu/pdfs/student_resources/SSS_TRiO_internship_description.pdf

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Mental Health Worker Intern
Company: Family Networks, Inc.

Date of posting: 2008/07/11
Location: 7600 Boone Avenue North - Suite 2 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428
Phone: 763-515-2453
Job Description
Family Networks, Inc.
Undergraduate Training Program

Program Description
Family Networks, Inc. is a not-for-profit agency which provides mental health services to children, adolescents, and their families in Hennepin County. Elementary, Middle School, and High School age seriously emotionally disturbed youngsters receive day treatment through our day treatment programs. In home-family therapy is provided through our Outpatient services. Therapeutic preschool, parent education and support are provided through the REAL program. An early childhood Intensive mental health program is offered through the I-REAL program. For more information, please see separate program descriptions. Training experiences may be offered in any of the above programs, dependent on requirements of the graduate program and availability at the site.

Family Networks offers training experience to undergraduate students in psychology, social work and social sciences programs.

Expectations of Interns/Practicum Students:

• Students will develop, with their site supervisor, a training agreement and schedule within the first few weeks of their internship/practicum at Family Networks.

• Students will follow the ethical guidelines of their profession.

• Students will work as members of multi-disciplinary teams within Family Networks.

• Students will be oriented to Family Networks’ policies and procedures and are expected to follow them.

• Students will participate in group supervision and training seminars, as well as participate, regularly, at case conferences at their site.

• Regular, on-going informal evaluations occur during the training period at Family Networks. In addition, formal reviews take place with the student and their Family Networks primary supervisor. The review process follows the Family Networks protocol of gathering information from all staff that has had a supervisory role with the student. The format of the evaluation itself can follow the student’s training program guidelines.


What students can expect from Family Networks:

• Family Networks will meet the supervisory requirements of the student’s undergraduate program. Typically, we are able to offer supervision to junior and senior level students in psychology, social work and allied fields.

• Supervision is generally provided weekly by the on-site supervisor. In addition, there are group supervision sessions and seminars on clinical topics. At their site, the student will participate in weekly case reviews and has the opportunity to participate in regular psychiatric case consultations with the consulting psychiatrist.

• Family Networks offers an opportunity for students to work as part of a multidisciplinary team.

• Family Networks offers the student an opportunity to work within a collaborative model, as Family Networks participates in collaborations between schools, mental health agencies and Hennepin County.

• The student will be able to participate in other agency-wide training workshops and seminars.

Qualifications, Knowledge, and Skills Required
Participation in an undergraduate Human Services program.

Position type: PT/FT Internship
Hours: Day time - M- F

Salary Range: Unpaid Internship
Application Deadline: 2008/08/11
How to apply: • Interested applicants should complete an application for internship. These may be located on Family Networks’ website www.familynetworks.org or by contacting Reubenna Cooley at reubennac@familynetworks.org or 763-515-2453.

• An initial interview is held with the site supervisor would take place before a final selection is made by Family Networks.

Website: http://www.familynetworks.org

Posted by lind0449 at 9:07 AM

April 22, 2008

Practicum Info

Hi CSPP'ers!

Attached please find a practicum description for next fall/spring. This site is at the Carlson School of Management on the UMN Twin Cities campus and offers a stipend of $2000/semester. The student selected for this site will have the opportunity to learn about college student development, program management, career/academic counseling and student leadership. The Carlson School of Management attracts students from many different backgrounds and is well-known for its programming and academic offerings.
This is a new practicum site and it sounds like it could be a great opportunity!!

Application directions are below (deadline is coming up very soon). If you have any questions about this site, please contact Brent Opall (opall001@umn.edu ) or myself.

Enjoy the end of the semester!
Anna

For more info: Download file

Anna Mraz, M.A.
Counseling & Student Personnel Psychology Program Department of Educational Psychology College of Education & Human Development University of Minnesota
143 Education Sciences Building
56 East River Road
Minneapolis, MN 55455
(612)626-7907
mrazx002@umn.edu

-----Original Message-----
From: Brent Opall [mailto:opall001@umn.edu]
Sent: Tuesday, April 15, 2008 11:11 AM
To: Anna Mraz
Subject: Practicum Opprotunity

Anna, Attached you will find a practicum opportunity we would like to offer to students interested in College Student Personnel. We would like to send the posting as soon as possible with a deadline of Monday May 5th for the resume and cover letter. Interviews would then be completed over the following week or two.

We are only offering one practicum for the upcoming academic year however, an additional opportunity may be offered for the 2009/10AY.

Application materials can be sent to me directly via email at opall001@umn.edu OR to 321 -19th Ave S Suite 1-105, Minneapolis, MN 55455

Thank you. Please let me know if you have any questions. -Brent

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Brent S. Opall
Assistant Director Student Development
Undergraduate Program
Carlson School of Management
University of Minnesota

Direct: 612-624-5568
Office: 612-624-3313
Fax: 612-624-0350
e-mail: opall001@umn.edu
www.carlsonschool.umn.edu

Posted by lind0449 at 11:23 AM

March 20, 2008

Practicum Info

Hello!

I wanted to let you know about a wonderful internship opportunity for students (undergrad or grad) interested in College advising and/or TRiO. I am currently in this internship and it has been a wonderful experience! She is hoping to do interviews soon, so please have people contact ASAP!

This internship opportunity is at North Hennepin Community College, in the TRIO/Student Support Services Office. It would require between 20-40 hours a week, depending on the needs of the intern.

The Student Support Services (SSS) Program is funded by the Federal Department of Education to serve 230 NHCC students. Participants choose from a variety of services, which includes academic advising, individual tutoring, career exploration, assistance completing financial aid forms, help searching for and preparing scholarship applications and support transferring to a four-year institution.

To qualify, students must be U.S. citizens or hold permanent residence or refugee status, be admitted to North Hennepin Community College and meet at least one of the following criteria:

1. First-generation college student (neither parent graduated with a four-year college degree), or 2. Meet federal low-income guidelines, or 3. Have a documented disability.

The internship is unpaid, however has MANY excellent opporutnities for interns, including
- having a caseload of 40-60 students
- working with students one on one and in groups on topics such as course/major planning, transfering, scholarships, and financial aid
- offer mini workshops on topics such as scholarship, transfer, study skills, etc depending on student need

Please see the attached internship position description for complete details. Please let me know if you have any questions!

For details or to schedule an internship interview, please contact Shelly Siegel at Fine Arts Center - FAC 103
763-424-0937
ssiegel@nhcc.edu

Feel free to forward this to anyone you feel may be interested.

Thanks!
~Kim

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Career Services at Concordia University, St. Paul needs an intern for 08-09 school year! Contact Diane Sukut for more info:

Diana Sukut, M.Ed, NCC
Director of Career Services
Concordia University, St. Paul
LU 110
Office: 651.603.6241
Fax: 651.659.0207
http://concordia.csp.edu/Careers/

To post a job/internship opportunity, please visit the link above and click on Resources for Employers.

Note: Please refrain from wearing scented products of any kind while visiting LU110. You will be asked to reschedule your appointment if necessary.

Posted by lind0449 at 10:35 AM

February 29, 2008

Practicum Info


Career Development - Internship Opportunity - Stipend added!

The St. Paul Campus Career Center at the University of Minnesota is seeking a graduate student to serve as a Career Intern for the 2008-2009 academic year. The St. Paul Campus Career Center provides career assistance to both undergraduate and graduate students in several colleges, for a variety of majors ranging from applied economics to environmental science to design . These services and resources include:
RESOURCES
• Resource Library
• Web Site
• Individual Career Counseling
• Career Courses
• Job and Internship Search Assistance
• Professional Networking Assistance

SERVICES
• Student E-newsletter
• Career Fairs
• Resume, CV and Cover Letter Review
• Mock Interviews
• On Campus Interviews
• Graduate School Essay Review

Internship responsibilities may include co-teaching a career development course, facilitating workshops on career related topics, one-on-one appointments with students, opportunities to use career assessment instruments and other projects as agreed upon by the intern and internship coordinator. Responsibilities will be negotiated based upon the intern’s learning goals and office needs. Prospective interns should be able to work 10-20 hours per week.

Note change (2/20/08): A $1000/semester stipend accompanies this internship.

Qualifications: Applicants should be currently seeking a Master’s level degree in counseling, higher education or a related field. Experience with job search skills, career development, teaching or advising is preferred, but not required.

A completed application will contain the following materials: (1) a resume and cover letter, and (2) the names, titles, and phone numbers of at least three persons who can provide references (please indicate the length and nature of the relationship with each reference). Send these materials to: Intern Search Committee, St. Paul Campus Career Center, 198 McNeal Hall, 1985 Buford Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55108. For more information contact 612-624-2710. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.

Posted by lind0449 at 3:55 PM

February 21, 2008

Practicum Info

Neighborhood Involvement Program (NIP) is looking for 8 practicum students (either practicum or advanced practicum) starting in September.

They are also looking for 1 internship student starting in September and 1 internship student starting in May. If they can't find the one for May, the position will be added to September. Please contact Dan Keefe, (612) 374-3125, ext.537, Neighborhood Involvement Program, Counseling Center, 2431 Hennepin Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN 55405.

Submit a resume and cover letter as well as the time frame of the placement you want. All materials should be addressed to Dan Keefe. He prefers not to have every student contact him for information regarding the application process. Check their website to learn about NIP. http://www.neighborhoodinvolve.org/

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Hubert H. Humphrey Job Corps is looking for a practicum student for next year. Position includes career development work with young adults ages 16-24 years old. For full announcement and contact info Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 2:07 PM

February 8, 2008

Practicum Info


Given that it is practicum application time again, I wanted to drop a quick note to remind you of the Advanced Therapy Practicum Training Program at Carleton College. We have so enjoyed the previous CSPP students who have completed a practicum at The Wellness Center at Carleton.

We provide training in a multi-disciplinary setting (including psychologists, nurse practitioners, a psychiatrist, a dietician, a disability coordinator, and support staff) for doctoral students who are interested in getting additional therapy practicum training.

Carleton students are incredibly intelligent, interesting individuals who present with clinically challenging and broad-based presenting issues, which makes for a stimulating therapeutic environment.

We do require that students have at least one year of previous therapy practicum training experience in order to apply. Please view the attachment to this email, as it provides a more through description of what our program offers.

Thanks very much. I hope you will keep Carleton College in mind as you help CSPP students find appropriate practicum placements. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

Sincerely,
Marit Lysne, Psy.D., LP
Clinical Psychologist
The Wellness Center
Carleton College
Phone: (507) 646-4080
Fax: (507) 646-5038
mlysne@acs.carleton.edu

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Advanced Practicum Opportunity

Gustavus Adolphus College

Counseling Center
St. Peter, MN
August 15, 2008 – May 31, 2009

Position Description The Counseling Center at Gustavus Adolphus College is seeking one or two advanced practicum students to join our staff during the 2008-2009 academic year. We ask for a minimum commitment of 16 hours per week, though we would prefer 24 hours per week. Each week students will receive two hours of individual supervision and 1-1/2 hours of group supervision from doctoral level, licensed psychologists.

Responsibilities Responsibilities include conducting intakes, individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, psychological testing and assessment, consultation, and educational programs and workshops.

Requirements Previous counseling experience is required, and post-master’s degree and/or doctoral level students are preferred.

Professional Development Funds Professional development money is also available to defray the costs of conferences, books, etc.

Description of the Practicum Site Gustavus Adolphus College is a private liberal arts school with a strong Swedish Lutheran heritage. We enroll 2600 undergraduate students from 42 states and 23 foreign countries who represent a wide spectrum of economic and sociological backgrounds, as well as a variety of religious affiliations. We are located in St. Peter, MN, about 75 minutes southwest of the Twin Cities.

Gustavus is concerned with the development of the whole student including intellectual, social, spiritual, emotional, cultural, and physical dimensions, and we believe a student’s education is more than the sum of classroom experiences. The Gustavus Counseling Center works to foster student development by providing an array of high quality services including: individual, group and couples counseling for students; consultation to all members of the community; educational programs and workshops; training for staff and students; teaching academic courses. We are staffed by three doctoral level psychologists, a part-time masters-level counselor, and one or two practicum students, and we work collaboratively with Health Service, Alcohol and Drug Education, Residential Life, the Chaplains’ Office, the Dean of Students, Faculty, as well as other divisions within the College.

Application Process To apply, please send a letter of application, vita, and the names and phone numbers of three references to:

Jacqueline Alvarez, Ph.D., L.P.
Director of the Counseling Center
Gustavus Adolphus College
800 West College Avenue
St. Peter, MN 56082

Review of applications will begin February 25, 2008, and continue until the positions are filled. For more information about this practicum opportunity, please feel free to call Jacqueline Alvarez at (507) 933-7027.

Posted by lind0449 at 2:08 PM

February 1, 2008

Practicum Info

Advanced Practicum Opportunities for PhD Students

Hello,

This year I am doing a assessment based practicum at the North Central Ministry Development Center. For students who are looking for this type of a practicum, I can highly recommend a practicum position there. The staff are very supportive and knowledgeable and truly make you feel like a part of the team for the year. I have had the opportunity to learn a lot about assessments and how to effectively use assessments with clients. If you are interested in this practicum position, please review the description and contact Mark Sundby, Ph.D., L.P., Executive Director, at (651) 636-5120 or marksundby@comcast.net. If you have questions about my experience, please feel free to contact me at trot0026@umn.edu or by phone at 612.396.6901.

Warm Regards,
Michelle Trotter

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North Central Ministry Development Center is made up of doctoral level psychologists who provide psychological assessments for seminarians and clergy. We are an ecumenical, not-for-profit organization that serves over fifteen different denominations, including clients who are Baptist, Episcopal, Lutheran, Presbyterian, United Church of Christ, United Methodist, and Unitarian. Our work involves administering psychological inventories, meeting with clients to interpret results, making developmental recommendations, and writing psychological reports.

Successful practicum students are tolerant of a wide range of worldviews that may differ significantly from their own. Each student receives an hour of one-on-one supervision per week from a psychologist. They are also included in staff trainings and functions, and considered to be part of our staff for the year. Ideally, he or she would be able to devote between sixteen to twenty hours per week. By the end of the practicum, a student will have received training and experience in the BarOn Emotional Intelligence Quotient Inventory, California Psychological Inventory, 16PF, Myers Briggs Type Indicator, MMPI-2, and Strong Interest Inventory. There may be the opportunity to learn additional inventories as the practicum student's needs warrant. Interested students are invited to contact Mark Sundby, Ph.D., L.P., Executive Director, at (651) 636-5120 or marksundby@comcast.net.

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University of St. Thomas - Personal Counseling Center - Advanced Practicum

The advanced practicum position provides counselors-in-training the opportunity to provide individual personal counseling to undergraduate and graduate students in a university counseling center. The Personal Counseling Center provides comprehensive psychological services to the community of the University of St. Thomas. In addition, Personal Counseling, in coordination with the Career Development Center, has an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship program.

Full description: Download file, Application: Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 9:28 AM

January 18, 2008

Practicum Info

Looking for a practicum site? Have you considered Gustavus Adolphus College?

As a recent CSPP graduate, I would love to have another CSPP student here at Gustavus - and can whole-heartedly recommend Gustavus as a great training experience. We have a small counseling center with three full time staff and a great collegial and supportive atmosphere. Practicum students are welcomed as important and contributing members of staff and participate fully in the daily life of a college counseling center. You will be expected to take on a full and varied client load, will take part in staff meetings and case consultation and will have the opportunity to take part in group work and in outreach and educational programming. You have an office shared with our part-time counselor. A strength of this site is the opportunities you have to build relationships with other Student Affairs offices (Career Center, Health Services, Residential Life) and to really learn how a college counseling center functions within a college.
Supervision is excellent - and it may well be possible to car pool from the Twin Cities!

We are looking for practicum students with some experience: a doctoral level student or master's student with experience in a related field would be ideal. Feel free to email me or to call if you any questions about the site.

Rachel Slater
rslater@umn.edu

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Graduate School Intern Position Opening, Career and Community Learning Center
University of Minnesota, College of Liberal Arts

The Career and Community Learning Center (CCLC) in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota announces 1-2 openings for a master’s level graduate school intern for the 2008-2009 academic year. We are seeking graduate students who are interested in experiencing the creation, planning and delivery of a variety of career services in a dynamic, cutting edge environment.

About CCLC
CCLC offers resources and services to help undergraduate College of Liberal Arts students choose a major, get an internship or volunteer opportunity, choose a career, find a job, apply to graduate/professional school, and prepare for the world of work. Further information about CCLC can be found at www.cclc.umn.edu.

Opportunities
1. Deliver workshops on resume and cover letter writing, effective interviewing skills, job-search strategies, or additional topics as appropriate.
2. Conduct individual career counseling sessions to assist students in major and career exploration, job or internship searching, and researching graduate school. Individual appointments may also include personal statement critiques/feedback and interpretation of various career assessment instruments, including the MBTI and SII and Skills Confidence Inventory.
3. Conduct individual and group mock interviews and feedback sessions with students.
4. Co-teach a credit bearing career course. Courses offered by CCLC include Major and Career Exploration (ID 1201, for freshmen and sophomores) and Career Planning (ID 3201, for juniors and seniors). Co-teaching may include developing lesson plans, grading assignments, facilitating lectures and discussions, and other responsibilities as appropriate.
5. Assist with resume and cover letter critiques and general career counseling questions in the CCLC Resource Room (through walk-in assistance).
6. Plan, organize, and implement new or existing CCLC events, including the CLA Internship Event, Exploring Interests and Majors, Job Search Jump Start and other events as appropriate.
7. Involvement in appropriate professional associations, events, and workshops.
8. Additional opportunities may be available depending on a student’s background, interests, and skills.
Qualifications
Eligible candidates must be enrolled in a graduate program in counseling, student personnel psychology, or a related field, and should have completed at least one year of study, including a course in career counseling. Candidates should also have a desire to focus on career counseling in a higher education setting; CCLC does not offer personal counseling as a service.

Additional Information
The position begins September 2008 and continues through May 2009. The intern should expect to work 20-25 hours per week, or as required by their graduate school program. Videotaping of sessions is allowed with consent of student(s). Supervision will be provided on a weekly basis by one of the professional MA level career counselors on-site; supervision by a licensed psychologist is not available through the CCLC experience. The trainee will begin with observation of appointments, workshops, etc; proceed to supervised sessions, and then independent sessions.

A stipend will be available for both fall and spring semester in addition to membership in a local professional association and opportunities to attend appropriate professional development event(s).

Application Procedure
A completed application will contain the following materials: (1) a resume and cover letter that describes your interest in the position and explains how your experience has prepared you for the above opportunities, and (2) the names, titles, and phone numbers of at three persons who can provide professional references.

Send these materials to:

Search Committee Chair, Career Services Intern
Career & Community Learning Center
University of Minnesota
135 Johnston Hall
101 Pleasant Street S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until position(s) are filled. Direct questions to Robin Stubblefield, Career Services Coordinator, at rstubblefield@class.cla.umn.edu or 612-624-7577.

The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.

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Career Development - Internship Opportunity

The St. Paul Campus Career Center at the University of Minnesota is seeking a graduate student to serve as a Career Intern for the 2008-2009 academic year. The St. Paul Campus Career Center provides career assistance to both undergraduate and graduate students in several colleges, for a variety of majors ranging from applied economics to environmental science to design . These services and resources include:

RESOURCES
• Resource Library
• Web Site
• Individual Career Counseling
• Career Courses
• Job and Internship Search Assistance
• Professional Networking Assistance

SERVICES
• Student E-newsletter
• Career Fairs
• Resume, CV and Cover Letter Review
• Mock Interviews
• On Campus Interviews
• Graduate School Essay Review

Internship responsibilities may include co-teaching a career development course, facilitating workshops on career related topics, one-on-one appointments with students, opportunities to use career assessment instruments and other projects as agreed upon by the intern and internship coordinator. Responsibilities will be negotiated based upon the intern’s learning goals and office needs. Prospective interns should be able to work 10-20 hours per week. The position is unpaid.

Qualifications: Applicants should be currently seeking a Master’s level degree in counseling, higher education or a related field. Experience with job search skills, career development, teaching or advising is preferred, but not required.

A completed application will contain the following materials: (1) a resume and cover letter, and (2) the names, titles, and phone numbers of at least three persons who can provide references (please indicate the length and nature of the relationship with each reference). Send these materials to: Intern Search Committee, St. Paul Campus Career Center, 198 McNeal Hall, 1985 Buford Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55108. For more information contact 612-624-2710. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.

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RADIUS Girls Program
Position: Clinical Counseling/Social Work Intern (Unpaid)
Location: Minneapolis/Saint Paul

This is a unique opportunity for a motivated individual to gain experience working with adolescent females in the juvenile justice system. This individual will gain knowledge and understanding of trauma and grief issues that impact girls in the juvenile justice system, and an opportunity to develop skills in group facilitation, individual counseling, family work, and restorative justice. Additionally, the individual will gain experience in case management, gender-specific programming, and working with an inter-disciplinary team.

The RADIUS Girls Programs provide services for adolescent girls in the juvenile justice system. The programs provide psycho-educational groups, individual counseling, and restorative justice circles. The goal of the programs are to provide a safe forum for juvenile females to process prior victimization, make amends for harm they have made, and provide support for girls to get off probation. The RADIUS staff work from a client-orientated perspective that includes influences of narrative therapy, solution-focused therapy, attachment, and family systems theory.

* Please note: There is an LPC and MSW on staff.

The ideal candidate will be in a graduate program for counseling or social work.
• Having access to a car is strongly preferred.

Knowledge and Skills Preferred:
• Experience with group facilitation or an understanding of psycho-educational group process.
• Strong interpersonal skills.
• Experience working with young people, preferably girls, who have trauma and grief in their lives.
• Understanding of youth developmental stages and how issues of adolescence manifest for girls.
• Ability to work effectively with girls from diverse cultures.

Time Commitment: 20-25 hours per week, Fall Semester 2008 and Spring Semester 2009. There is opportunity to begin the Summer of 2008.

Responsibilities:
• Assist program coordinator in facilitation of 15 week psycho-educational group; this may include transportation of girls to and from group.
• Observe/provide individual counseling to clients.
• Observe/facilitate family circles as needed.
• Assist with quarterly newsletter.
• Assist with case management aspects of the program; which will include developing treatment plans and providing resource referrals to clients.
• Assist with Graduates Group.
• Attend any required trainings/workshops.
• Assist with ongoing program development.
• Attend weekly individual supervision with Program Director.
• Attend weekly team meetings.

Please submit letter of interest and resume by February 15th, 2008 to:

RADIUS Program
555 Park Street, Suite 200
St. Paul, MN 55103

You may email applications to: amelia@amicususa.org

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2008-2009 Training Opportunity, Career Counseling, Career Development Center
HAMLINE UNIVERSITY

The Career Development Center at Hamline University is currently accepting applications for the 2008-2009 academic year. We are seeking a student for a practicum, advanced practicum, or internship position who is interested in experiencing the delivery of career services in a dynamic, cutting edge environment.

RESPONSIBILITIES
Assist career counselors and office staff with the delivery of services to students and alumni. Conduct individual career counseling sessions. Administer and interpret various assessment instruments including the MBTI, SII and CISS. Assist with drop-in service by answering questions on various topics such as career decision-making, job search, internships, etc. Work with staff to plan and present career development programs. Assist with a career development course geared for undergraduate liberal arts students. Participate in staff development meetings, student affairs divisional meetings and counselor meetings as time permits. Additional opportunities may be available depending on the trainee’s interests and skills.

QUALIFICATIONS
Eligible candidates must be enrolled in a graduate program in counseling, student personnel psychology, or a related field, and should have completed at least one year of study, including a course in career counseling.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
The position begins September 2008 and continues through May 2009. The trainee should expect to work approximately 20-24 hours per week. Some evening hours may be required. The position is non-paying. The individual providing training and supervision for this position is a Ph.D. level, licensed psychologist, who is also
approved as a supervisor by the Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health.

ABOUT HAMLINE UNIVERSITY
Hamline University is a private, metropolitan university grounded in the liberal arts and dedicated to fostering ethical leadership in service to society. Founded in 1854 and enriched through its historic connection to the United Methodist Church, Hamline University currently offers baccalaureate, graduate and juris doctorate degrees, as well as continuing education courses, to a diverse and select group of women and men.

The Hamline University Career Development Center is committed to ensuring that students are prepared to thrive and excel in their life’s work and career. The Center provides a variety of services including career counseling, internships, interviewing and job search assistance. The Center also has an employer relations program focused on diverse, high-quality organizations. Visit our web site at: www.hamline.edu/cdc .

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Direct questions and applications (cover letter and resume) to Joan Ostergren. Review of applications will begin February 21, 2008, and will continue until the position is filled.

Joan Ostergren, Ph.D., L.P.
Senior Career Counselor
Career Development Center
Hamline University, MS-B1802
1536 Hewitt Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55104-1284

Phone: 651-523-2302
Fax: 651-523-3085
Email: jostergren@gw.hamline.edu

Hamline University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Posted by lind0449 at 4:15 PM

December 14, 2007

Practicum Info

Here is another prac site announcement for students applying to do advanced practicum next year.

Concordia University Counseling Services, Advanced Practicum Student position:
Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 9:20 AM

December 7, 2007

Practicum Info

Applying for practicum next year? Need to review information that was presented at the CSPP practicum advising meeting? Here is the powerpoint presentation from that meeting for you to review: Download file

Also, read the posts below for more pertinent info.

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Are you a Community and Student Personnel student looking to do practicum next year (2008-2009)?

Here is a list of possible practicum sites for you: Download file, Download file, and Download file.

If you have any questions about this list, please contact clinical assistant, Fengqin Lian, lianx014@umn.edu

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Are you a School Counseling student looking to do practicum next year (2008-2009)?

You can consult the following website for information about Minnesota sites: http://intranet.cehd.umn.edu/TargetEd/TargetEd.aspx?appl=CSPP

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Are you a PhD student looking to do advanced practicum next year (2008-2009)?

Here is a list of possible practicum sites for you: Download file

If you have any questions about this list, please contact clinical assistant, Fengqin Lian, lianx014@umn.edu

Posted by lind0449 at 11:33 AM

June 22, 2007

Practicum Info

Subject: advanced practicum opportunity at the Vocational Assessment Clinic

Could you please circulate the attached flyer to your students? We have several counselor positions available for the fall and spring semesters.
Thanks!
Full description: Download file
Amy Conlon, Ph.D.
Vocational Assessment Clinic Supervisor
amyconlon@comcast.net
612-925-1185

Posted by lind0449 at 3:47 PM

February 19, 2007

Practicum Info

Hamline University Career Development Center is looking for a practicum student, or an advanced student to work with them next year. Attached is the announcement describing their training opportunity. They are flexible, and would entertain applications from advanced students as well as second year masters students.

Dr. Joan Ostergren is in the office on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9:00-3:00 ( 651-523-2882), and would be happy to answer questions about the application process or her site.

Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 10:10 AM

January 26, 2007

Practicum Info

Carleton College

I would like to highly recommend the advanced practicum position at Carleton College in Northfield. I have so much enjoyed my time there and feel supported, well trained and challenged as a counselor in this setting. The staff are very warm and collegial and have an open door policy for questions related to your clinical work. The facilities are very counseling friendly (an added bonus). If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at trot0026@umn.edu.

Take care,
Michelle Trotter
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Michelle Trotter, MA
3rd Year Doctoral Student
Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology Educational Psychology Department trot0026@umn.edu

Posted by lind0449 at 10:13 AM

January 3, 2007

Practicum Info

Attention CSPP Doctoral Students: University of St. Thomas is looking for advanced practicum students!

The advanced practicum position provides counselors-in-training the opportunity to provide individual personal counseling to undergraduate and graduate students in a university counseling center. The Personal Counseling Center provides comprehensive psychological services to the community of the University of St. Thomas. In addition, Personal Counseling, in coordination with the Career Development Center, has an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship program.

The deadline for applications is March 1, 2007.

For further information, download information sheet Download file and application form Download file.

Posted by lind0449 at 8:48 AM

March 9, 2006

Practicum Info

Dear fellow CSPPers:

North Central Ministry Development Center, where I am currently doing a practicum, is still accepting applications for practicum next year. They are specifically looking for a doctoral student with some clinical experience. North Central is a unique nonprofit organization that provides assessment (career & personality), coaching, developmental counseling, skill enhancement, and vocational discernment for individuals who are currently in seminary or working in ministry settings (we work with 12 different denominations). As a practicum student, we get to do career and personality assessments with candidates who are going through the ordination process as well as short consultations with students currently in seminary. You will learn lots about the MMPI, the Strong, RISB, MBTI, how to interpret these in a vocational setting, and integrative report-writing. Besides all of the great and interesting learning opportunities, the staff at North Central are knowledgeable, wise, kind, and honestly, quite a hoot to work with (two of them are CSPP grads!). If you are interested, please contact our awesome director, Mark Sundby, at 651-636-5120. If you have any other questions, please feel free to email
me at yang0369@umn.edu.

Thanks,
Pahoua

Posted by kenne064 at 11:31 AM

February 20, 2006

Practicum Info

Dear CSPP Students:

This is a highly regarded practicum site. They are looking for practicum student, advanced practicum student, or intern to join their office for the 2006-2007 academic year. The deadline this year is March 1st. Joan Ostergren is a CSPP alum. Attached is a flyer with more details.

Pat McCarthy Veach

Download file

Posted by kenne064 at 2:47 PM

March 18, 2014

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Practicum Opportunities

This letter was forwarded from Dr. John Romano.

Good afternoon,
I received your email from William Robiner when I inquired about who I may reach out to regarding our practicum opportunities at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Currently, we are able to host doctoral level advanced practicum students at our Center City (adult) and Plymouth (adolescent) locations and would be eager to work with you all in placing students both this year and in coming years. If anyone has any interest in talking more about practicum placements I would be eager to continue the conversation. I can be reached via email or by phone, both of which are listed below.

Thank you so much in advance for your time and attention to this,

Meghan Miller, PsyD, LP
Training Director/Senior Clinician
Hazelden, a part of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation
Desk: 651-213-4719
mmiller@Hazelden.org

Posted by hard0158 at 11:01 AM

November 9, 2011

Assessment Practicum for Doctoral Students

Our goal at CALM is to determine the cause of difficulties with attention, learning, and/or memory, and to recommend an individualized treatment approach using the most current brain based research. Since many disorders can either resemble or complicate attention problems, we employ a conservative and comprehensive approach to the assessment process. Our assessment of children and adults includes:
• A thorough clinical history
• A battery of tests measuring attention (auditory and visual abilities)
• Cognitive elements (IQ, achievement, and memory)
• Learning disability assessments (reading, language, and expressive/receptive problems)
• Assessment for possible secondary disorders including depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive symptoms, and/or other learning and attention disorders.
Practicum students at CALM commit to a 12-month practicum and agree to work 20 hours per week. Students typically start either in June or September. Over the course of one year, students learn to administer, interpret, and integrate the following assessments:
• Intelligence tests (WAIS-IV, WISC-IV)
• Achievement tests (WIAT-II and WIAT-III)
• Memory instruments (WMS-IV, CMS, Rey Complex Figure Test)
• Personality assessments (MMPI-2, MMPI-A, PAI, MCMI-III)
• Continuous performance test (IVA+Plus)
• Brain functioning assessment (QEEG)
• As well as a multitude of self-report instruments and other assessments
In addition to this training, students can expect to get one hour a week of individual supervision from a Licensed Psychologist and one hour of group supervision. Students typically write 30-40 integrated reports over the course of their one-year practicum experience.

Successful practicum students are curious, conscientious, and collaborative. Students who are willing to ask questions and share opinions generally do well at CALM. Former practicum students have found the practicum to be a broad, deep introduction to psychological assessment and indicated that the experience was valuable when applying to predoctoral internship sites.

For more information, contact Gary Johnson, Ph.D., LP, at gary@calm.us or Chris Bedford, Ph.D. at chris@calm.us. Gary and Chris can also be reached by phone at 612-872-2343.

Posted by rutka005 at 2:46 PM

March 25, 2010

Practicum Info


CSPP Practicum Students:

Two Position Descriptions, 2010-11, Women's Center, University of Minnesota

We are seeking two CSPP Practicum Students to work with the Women's Center. Some work would involve supporting existing programs but there is also room for a Practicum Student to shape the experience based on your interests, expertise and desired areas for professional growth. Looking forward to hearing from you!

The Women's Center, one of five departments in the Office for Equity & Diversity (OED), works to achieve equity for women students, staff and faculty at the University of Minnesota. Practicum Students report to the director and also maintain a close working relationship with the assistant director. Practicum Students participate in the Women's Center's weekly meetings and an individual meeting. For more information, www.umn.edu/women or call 625-9837.

Qualifications
• Current graduate student
• A passion for achieving women's equity and social justice.
• Demonstrated commitment to, and experience working with diverse students and communities.
• Effective written and interpersonal communication skills.
• Strong organizational skills. Ability to establish goals and priorities that integrate organizational objectives (University, OED and WmC) and to evaluate program progress and results.
• Ability to take initiative and work independently. Flexibility and a sense of humor.
• Ability to work as part of a diverse team.
• Prefer prior programming experience and prefer knowledge of issues of privilege.

Major Responsibilities - CSPP Practicum Student I
• Assist in the continued development and implementation of a leadership program for undergraduate women
• Support/sustain three existing groups supporting the success of women students of color, particularly African American women students, Hmong women students and International Asian Women. If time permits launch another group (e.g. lesbians, multi-racial women students, Chicana/Latina women students, or Native American women students).
• Author, or co-author, an article for publication on your work at the Women's Center.
• Engage in work consistent with the mission of the Office for Equity & Diversity to create and sustain a campus environment that values and actively supports an inclusive, diverse and equitable University community.

Major Responsibilities - CSPP Practicum Student II
• Coordinate and supervise the Women's Center's volunteer program.
• Develop and coordinate workshops for students to become allies for women.
OR Develop and coordinate programs and workshops for men on creating inclusive climates for women.
• Author, or co-author, an article for publication on your work at the Women's Center.
• Engage in work consistent with the mission of the Office for Equity & Diversity to create and sustain a campus environment that values and actively supports an inclusive, diverse and equitable University community.

Other Possible Responsibilities (depending on the Practicum Student's skills and goals)
• Coordinate and offer workshops in an area of expertise
• Explore ways to increase collaborations across campus (especially with women of color, women in the STEM fields, transwomen, lesbians, white women learning more about privilege and men)
• Assist with development of women student activist group
• Assist with our 50th anniversary events
• Assist in the development of men's programming (survey, coordinate programs)
• Assist in the development of professional development circles for staff and faculty.
• Develop and staff a St. Paul office (in collaboration with MCAE and GLBTA).
• Employ technology to increase our educational outreach and resource efforts. Create podcasts, etc.
• Offer drop-in hours for women students to receive academic support and career planning advice. Track and report student participation, satisfaction, and progress through evaluations and other metrics and prepare an end-of-semester report

Posted by rutka005 at 12:43 PM

January 27, 2010

Practicum Info

Career Counseling Practicum Internship 2010-2011
University of Minnesota - St. Paul Campus Career Center

About Us
• The St. Paul Campus Career Center provides career services to a diversity of undergraduate and graduate students from the College of Design, the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resources Sciences, and the College of Continuing Education.
• Our office is known for providing practicum interns with a warm, supportive, and team-based atmosphere in which to learn and practice career counseling skills.
• Since the office was established in 2004, 100% of our 6 past practicum interns have gone on to immediately secure full-time positions in higher education student services, including career counseling and advising roles, within their desired geographic location.
• Learn more about the career center at www.stpaulcareers.umn.edu

Opportunities Include
• Individual career counseling appointments with students.
• Co-teaching a career development course.
• Opportunities to use career assessment instruments (Strong Interest Inventory, Myers Briggs Type Indicator, StrengthsQuest).
• Inclusion in meetings, ongoing staff training and professional development.
• Special projects based on your interests, created in collaboration with your supervisor.

Qualifications Required
• Currently seeking a Master's degree in counseling, higher education or a related field.
• Experience with job search skills, career development, teaching or advising is preferred, but not required.

Logistics
• Internship hours are flexible, but typically interns have worked at least 20 hours/wk.
• Office hours are 8:00am - 4:30pm, with occasional evening and weekend opportunities.
• Thorough training, ongoing supervision and support will be provided.
• Stipend of $500/semester.
• Please note that at this time the office is unable to offer LP/LPC supervision.

To Apply
• Application deadline is Monday, February 15, 2010 at 4:30pm.
• Questions? Contact Liz Hruska at hrus0010@umn.edu or 612-624-2172.
• To apply send resume, cover letter and the names, titles, and phone numbers of at least 3 persons who can provide references (indicate the length and nature of the relationship with each reference) via email to Liz Hruska at hrus0010@umn.edu or hard copy to:

Liz Hruska, Intern Search Committee Chair
198 McNeal Hall
1985 Buford Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108

Posted by rutka005 at 3:58 PM

January 13, 2010

Practicum Info

University of Minnesota
University Counseling and Consulting Services
Notice of 2010-2011 Advanced Practicum

We typically have 3-5 trainees each year and seek doctoral students who have completed at least one prior counseling practicum during masters or doctoral level training. Priority is given to those with more extensive training. Experience is expected to include personal counseling; experience with career or academic counseling is valued. Trainees will see the full range of presenting issues--including personal, career, and academic concerns. In addition to counseling, trainees are expected to complete two outreach activities in collaboration with an intern or staff member.

Because the University has college-specific career centers where students get help with pursuing internships and jobs, the types of career issues we address are more generally conceptualized as "who am I and I and where am I going?" Academic counseling includes helping students address how personal concerns, such as perfectionism or anxiety, affect their academic pursuits. Training in UCCS's approach to career and academic counseling will be provided in the orientation.

Hours:
15 hours per week with 8 openings for counseling, 1 hour of individual supervision, 1 hours of group supervision, 5 hours for case review, paperwork, and outreach, etc.

Orientation: Required and likely to take place in late August. Dates and times to be determined.

Recording Requirements: All sessions must be recorded via webcam to facilitate supervision. NB: We do not allow session recordings to be transported outside our center.

Questions: UCCS website for further information about our agency and the training program at: http://www.uccs.umn.edu/

Cynthia Fuller, Ph.D., LP at 612-624-0325, full0060@umn.edu

Salina Renninger, Ph.D., LP at 612-626-7374, renni001@umn.edu

Application Deadline: February 26, 2010; Offers extended March 26

Application Materials: Cover letter, CV, transcript (unofficial is fine), and 2 recommendation letters

Send To:
Cynthia Fuller, Ph.D., LP
University Counseling and Consulting Services
340 Appleby Hall
128 Pleasant Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
UCCS is a unit of the Office for Student Affairs 1/13/2010

Posted by rutka005 at 8:25 AM

January 12, 2010

Practicum Info

The Counseling Center at Gustavus Adolphus College is seeking an advanced practicum student to join our staff during the 2010-2011 academic year.

Gustavus Adolphus College
Counseling Center
St. Peter, MN
August 15, 2010 - May 31, 2011


Position Description:
The Counseling Center at Gustavus Adolphus College is seeking an advanced practicum student to join our staff during the 2010-2011 academic year. Responsibilities include conducting intakes, individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, psychological testing and assessment, consultation, and educational programs and workshops. Supervision includes up to two hours of weekly individual supervision and weekly group case consultation.

Applicants must be able to commit to at least 16 hours per week for both semesters. You must have basic counseling and case conceptualization skills, and priority is given to those with previous counseling experience or relevant life experience. Post-master's degree and/or doctoral level students are preferred.

Professional Development Funds: Professional development money is available to defray the costs of conferences, books, etc.

Description of the Practicum Site: Gustavus Adolphus College is a private liberal arts school with a strong Swedish Lutheran heritage. We enroll 2600 undergraduate students from 42 states and 23 foreign countries who represent a wide spectrum of economic and sociological backgrounds, as well as a variety of religious affiliations. We are located in St. Peter, MN, about 75 minutes southwest of the Twin Cities. A vanpool runs from the Twin Cities on a daily basis.

Please see our website, www.gustavus.edu/counseling or call 507-933-7027 for further information

Application Process: To apply, please send or email a letter of application, vita, and the names and phone numbers of three references to:

Stacey Gerken, Ph.D., L.P.
sgerken@gustavus.edu

Gustavus Adolphus College
800 West College Avenue
St. Peter, MN 56082


Posted by rutka005 at 3:04 PM

August 18, 2009

Practicum Info

Graduate student practicum/internship position

CEHD Career Services has a graduate student practicum/internship position available for the 2009-2010 academic year. The commitment is approximately 20 hours per week, but flexible.

Position description
Assist undergraduate and graduate students in identifying majors and career interests and goals using personal exploration and assessment tools through one-on-one appointments. Work with staff to develop career services that will support a diverse student population. Assist students with preparing for a job search including searching for employers, writing cover letters and resumes, and interviewing skills. Conduct classroom presentations and outreach on career and student development related topics. Participate in CEHD and U of M events and programming such as career fairs and panels, and recruiting events.

Required
Must be a graduate student currently enrolled in a Masters or PhD level program in College Student Personnel, Counseling Psychology, Higher Education or related field.

Contact
Jeannie Stumne, Undergraduate Career Coordinator, at stumn001@umn.edu

CEHD Career Services mission statement
Prepare and support undergraduate and graduate students and recent alumni in the College of Education and Human Development to make well thought out decisions about their career development and job search by:
• Providing resources, individual appointments, programs, and presentations.
• Valuing differences and meeting students and recent alumni where they are.
• Creating and maintaining employer relations to enhance networking connections and recruitment opportunities for CEHD students and recent alumni.
• Collaborating with CEHD departments and the greater University of Minnesota community.

To learn more about CEHD Career Services visit www.cehd.umn.edu/career

Posted by rutka005 at 7:46 AM

August 3, 2009

Practicum Info

Graduate student practicum/internship position

CEHD Career Services has a graduate student practicum/internship position available for the 2009-2010 academic year. The commitment is approximately 20 hours per week, but flexible.

Position description
Assist undergraduate and graduate students in identifying majors and career interests and goals using personal exploration and assessment tools through one-on-one appointments. Work with staff to develop career services that will support a diverse student population. Assist students with preparing for a job search including searching for employers, writing cover letters and resumes, and interviewing skills. Conduct classroom presentations and outreach on career and student development related topics. Participate in CEHD and U of M events and programming such as career fairs and panels, and recruiting events.

Required: Must be a graduate student currently enrolled in a Masters or PhD level program in College Student Personnel, Counseling Psychology, Higher Education or related field.

Contact Jeannie Stumne, Undergraduate Career Coordinator, at stumn001@umn.edu

CEHD Career Services mission statement
Prepare and support undergraduate and graduate students and recent alumni in the College of Education and Human Development to make well thought out decisions about their career development and job search by:
• Providing resources, individual appointments, programs, and presentations.
• Valuing differences and meeting students and recent alumni where they are.
• Creating and maintaining employer relations to enhance networking connections and recruitment opportunities for CEHD students and recent alumni.
• Collaborating with CEHD departments and the greater University of Minnesota community.

To learn more about CEHD Career Services visit www.cehd.umn.edu/career

Posted by rutka005 at 2:41 PM

April 10, 2009

Practicum Info

The GLBTA Programs Office is still accepting practicum applicants for the 09/10 school year.

If you would like to apply, contact Anne Phibbs at phib0001@umn.edu. Please attach your resume to your email.

If you are interested in finding out more about this practicum site, email the current CSPP practicum students Angie Sheldon and Sean Mayo at qmentor@umn.edu.

Posted by rutka005 at 4:52 PM

March 27, 2009

Practicum info

The Wellness Center Carleton College has two positions remaining for 09-10 advanced practicum training at The Wellness Center at Carleton College. If you have students that did not secure practicum positions or an internship and are interested in doing a 10-month advanced practicum, we'd welcome their application.

The Wellness Center offers a full range of counseling services including:
individual counseling, group counseling, outreach education, and crisis management. Practicum training at The Wellness Center provides an opportunity to work as a member of a multi-disciplinary team that includes both psychologists and medical providers. Practicum students attend case conferences and receive 1 hours of weekly individual supervision from a licensed doctoral-level psychologist.

Carleton College is a co-ed residential liberal arts college of approximately 1,800 students located in Northfield, Minnesota (a 35-45 minute drive south of the Twin Cities metro area). An annual stipend of $1,500 is provided to compensate each practicum student for mileage to and from the practicum site.

Along with individual counseling, training opportunities for practicum students include:
- group co-facilitation
- involvement in outreach programming
- working with student peer health educators
- collaboration with other offices within the Division of Student Life

Practicum student responsibilities:
- 16 hours total practicum commitment per week
- 8 10 hours of direct client service per week
- maintenance of case notes and client records
- provision of case management services as required

Applicant qualifications:
- current enrollment in a doctoral program in counseling/clinical psychology
- prior completion of at least one year-long counseling practicum

To apply, please send a letter of interest and resume to:

Marit Lysne, Psy.D., LP
The Wellness Center
Carleton College
One North College Street
Northfield, MN 55057
Attn: Practicum File

Posted by rutka005 at 2:35 PM

February 6, 2009

Practicum Info

***ONE TIME ONLY UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY***

University Counseling and Consulting Services (UCCS) is now accepting applications counseling practicum for the 2009-2010 academic year. This practicum is typically not available to CSPP students. However, this year we have a couple openings that qualified students may apply for.

A qualified applicant is:

1) a B.A. direct admit and who does not yet have an first practicum experience
OR
2) seeking a “sanctioned clinical experience? and does not yet have an extensive practicum history.

This practicum will not qualify as the CSPP advanced practicum and does not meet the criteria for a MA-level practicum.

If you have any questions about whether you qualify, please speak with your advisor or contact Salina Renninger, Ph.D., LP (Training Director at UCCS) at 612-624-3323 or renni001@umn.edu.

Students who participate in this practicum will need to register for the course associated with this training, Psy 8514 (fall) and Psy 8515 (spring). This is a two semester practicum training experience.

The UCCS counseling practicum requires a minimum commitment of 17 hours per week. The required times of attendance will be determined after examining each students required coursework and planning around that schedule to find mutually agreeable times. Further information about the center and the practicum can be found at: http://www.uccs.umn.edu.

Prospective applicants should submit the following:
• Cover letter
• Curriculum vita
• Two letters of recommendation (at least one of the letters from someone familiar with the applicant’s clinical skills)
• Academic transcripts (unofficial transcripts are acceptable)

Applications should be sent to:
Sarra Beckham-Chasnoff, Ph.D. L.P., LMFT
University Counseling and Consulting Services
109 Eddy Hall
192 Pillsbury Drive S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455-0213

To be considered, applications must be received no later than February 27, 2009. Interview notification will occur no later than March 6. Interviews will be scheduled the week of March 23-27 and notification of placement will occur no later than March 30, 2009.

For further information, please contact Sarra Beckham-Chasnoff, Ph.D., LP, LMFT at, (612) 624-3323 or beckh002@umn.edu.

Posted by rutka005 at 10:44 AM

January 30, 2009

Practicum Info

TWIN CITIES INTERNSHIP CONSORTIUM
(Practicum Level)

Background
This practicum opportunity is available through a consortium of organizations. Park Avenue Center will be the primary setting; time permitting, the practicum student will also be involved with PERT Prevention Programs. A minimum of 15 hours weekly is expected.

Organizations
Park Avenue Center (parkavenuecenter.com) in Minneapolis is a chemical dependency facility for adults. The men and women clients at Park Avenue frequently have had several encounters with being in treatment. Their previous struggles with relapse may be due in part to having a co-occurring mental health disorder that has gone untreated. The more traditional, segregated approach to treating co-occurring disorders (i.e., using two separate programs) is no longer the standard of care in the Minnesota community. Instead, the model has shifted clearly towards addressing the needs of these clients in an integrated delivery system.

The mental health team model (two psychologists and interns) was implemented at Park Avenue Center in the summer of 2008. The team’s mission is to help identify clients in which co-occurring disorders may be present, and to intervene in a brief therapy model. Mental health team members are also an integral part of the chemical dependency groups at Park Avenue Center.

Internship Focus

Park Avenue Center
This placement emphasizes experience in working with individuals with co-occurring chemical and mental health issues. Opportunities include:
1. Mental Health Assessments/History
2. Brief psychotherapy
3. Co-facilitation of chemical dependency groups
4. Thorough training in an assessment-and-referral model for individuals who need to be referred to outside resources (e.g., psychiatric consultation).
5. Psychoeducational presentations to groups
6. Program development
7. Mental health in-service training presentations

PERT Prevention Programs
This placement emphasizes one-day workshops with court-referred individuals and provides the following opportunities:
1. Learning the principles of co-facilitation, particularly as the student develops the skills necessary for the workshops.
2. Understanding the motivation that leads to theft and other common offenses
3. Recognizing how to develop rapport quickly within a group setting
4. Developing guidelines for intervening differently with adults versus adolescents.

PERT Prevention Programs (pertpreventionprograms.com) provides one day workshops for individuals referred for various misdemeanor offenses. PERT has been in operation since 1980, and it is under the direction of a licensed psychologist.

As a training opportunity, the PERT Program encourages the student to learn “on your feet? presentation skills and how to intervene with individuals who often might be characterized as resistant or reluctant. There are separate workshops for adults and juveniles.

For the complete announcement for this practicum, please download the full posting: Download file

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The College of St. Catherine
Graduate Practicum Internship Site Announcement (2009-2010 academic year)
Career Development Office

The Career Development Office at The College of St. Catherine is accepting applications for a graduate intern position for the 2009-2010 academic year. The intern will be expected to work in the office 15-20 hours per week from September through May (approximately 600 hours). Availability on weekday evenings and some weekends is expected, but aside from that, the schedule is negotiable.

The College of St. Catherine serves women undergraduate students in the liberal arts and professional degree programs. Students include traditional-age and non-traditional day students, students participating in the Weekend College Program, and students enrolled in one of eight graduate programs offered at the College. The College also includes a two-year campus in Minneapolis that serves both women and men, primarily in healthcare-related fields. Services offered in the Career Development Office include: comprehensive career counseling, assessment, internship supervision, job/internship search strategies, job/internship fairs including on-campus fairs as well as state-wide fairs, an extensive career library and website, workshop presentations, a 2-credit career development course, and on-campus recruiting programs. In addition, the career development staff are integrally involved in college-wide retention programs, providing career focus to co-curricular and curricular programs

The graduate intern will be involved in a wide variety of functions in the office including:
• Providing individual appointments and walk-in hours
• Assisting in program planning and presentations
• Participating as a member of the Student Affairs Staff
• Administering a career shadowing program, focused primarily on sophomores
• Participating in weekly supervision and staff meetings

Ideal candidates will have some knowledge of career development and some previous experience working with students. Candidates should have some knowledge of administering and interpreting assessment instruments (specifically the Strong Interest Inventory and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator). Candidates should be independent workers with a high level of energy. We are looking for someone with a strong interest in the field of career development, and will offer a fine learning environment in return. The required 30 hours of licensed supervision are also available.

Those interested in applying should send a resume, a letter of interest, and the names and contact information for two references to:
Kimberly Betz
Director
Career Development, Mail #F-26
College of St. Catherine
2004 Randolph Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105
(phone 651-690-6511)

Posted by lind0449 at 3:17 PM

January 13, 2009

Practicum Info

ADVANCED PRACTICUM
Carleton College

The Wellness Center at Carleton College invites CSPP doctoral students to apply for our advanced practicum program. CSPP students who have participated in our training program in recent years have included: Jeffrey Walter, Michelle Trotter, Julie Koch-McDonald, Dan Hess, and Juihsien Kao. For 2009-2010, we will be offering three advanced practicum positions at The Wellness Center.

The Wellness Center offers a full range of counseling services including: individual counseling, group counseling, outreach education, and crisis management. Practicum training at The Wellness Center provides an opportunity to work as a member of a multi-disciplinary team that includes both psychologists and medical providers. Practicum students attend case conferences and receive 1 ½ hours of weekly individual supervision from a licensed doctoral-level psychologist.

Carleton College is a co-ed residential liberal arts college of approximately 1,800 students located in Northfield, Minnesota (a 35-45 minute drive south of the Twin Cities metro area). An annual stipend of $1,500 is provided to compensate each practicum student for mileage to and from the practicum site.

Along with individual counseling, training opportunities for practicum students include:
- group co-facilitation
- involvement in outreach programming
- working with student peer health educators
- collaboration with other offices within the Division of Student Life

Practicum student responsibilities:
- 16 hours total practicum commitment per week
- 8 – 10 hours of direct client service per week
- maintenance of case notes and client records
- provision of case management services as required

Applicant qualifications:
- current enrollment in a doctoral program in counseling/clinical psychology
- prior completion of at least one year-long counseling/therapy practicum
- demonstrated interest in working with a college student population

To apply, please send a letter of interest and resume to:

Marit Lysne, Psy.D., LP
The Wellness Center
Carleton College
One North College Street
Northfield, MN 55057
Attn: Practicum File

Applications must be received by February 18, 2009.

Posted by lind0449 at 11:25 AM

November 14, 2008

Practicum Info

*Attention CSPP Doctoral Students*

Advanced Practicum Opportunity For Spring Semester

At the Vocational Assessment Clinic (VAC)

• Great opportunity to get career assessment and counseling experience in a highly autonomous and flexible setting.
• 3-credit advanced practicum for students who have had some exposure to career theory and career assessment instruments.
• Students are expected to carry a load of 3 to 5 clients at a time and attend a biweekly group supervision meeting. Most counselors end up conducting 1 or 2 sessions per week.

VAC is a non-profit clinic housed within the Department of Psychology.
We work with clients from the community who are considering career changes. The VAC career package includes comprehensive testing of abilities, values, interests, and personality and one-on-one interpretation sessions. For more information about VAC, visit: www.psych.umn.edu/psylabs/vac/default.htm.

If you are interested or would like to learn more about an advanced practicum at VAC, please contact Amy Conlon at iwanx002@umn.edu or 612-624-7796.

Posted by lind0449 at 10:21 AM

October 31, 2008

Practicum Info

Practicum position opportunity for 2009-2010

Greetings,

Though it seems like we have just begun the 2008-2009 academic year, it is already time to begin thinking about next year! Attached you will find a position description for a career counseling practicum available in the Career and Community Learning Center in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota. We would greatly appreciate anything you can do to help us spread the word among your students. As you can see from the description, we do a rolling application process so we will fill the position as soon as we find a good match. Please encourage your students to consider this opportunity and if interested, to submit their application materials right away.

Thank you for your help,
Robin Stubblefield
full description: Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 10:25 AM

August 29, 2008

Practicum Info

Note: This site might work as a (paid) practicum placement! Applicants should be mindful of the need to negotiate with the supervisor so that, if hired, it would fit with CSPP practicum guidelines.
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View job in GoldPASS: goldpass.umn.edu

Viewing Job: 35309/Career Educator/Counselor

*Job ID: 35309
*Job Title: Career Educator/Counselor
Organization Name: Minneapolis Employment & Training Program

Linked To: Patricia Behrend

Referenced Schedule:
No of Openings: 1
Work Schedule: flexible hours
Hours per Week: 16
Wage/Salary: $13/hr.
*Job Paid: Yes
Compensation Details: Paid every 2 weeks
Employment Start Date: August 20, 2008
Employment End Date: June 30, 2009
Supervisor: Teresa Harrold
*Job Description: -College intern will deliver career counseling and resource information to Minneapolis high school students for the coming school year (2008-2009).
-The intern will start in mid-August and work 15-17 hours a week at 4 Minneapolis alternative schools, at the Minneapolis South Workforce Center and other community sites
-Deliver comprehensive employment and career counseling and raise awareness of Minnesota’s workforce development system and current labor market
-Introduce students to Minneapolis Workforce Centers' services and programs
-Help students/parents with STEP-UP applications
-Help plan and implement a teen job fair
-Promote the STEP-UP Program in Minneapolis main-stream high schools.
-Provide one-on-one and classroom (group) job search assistance and career counseling
-Receive comprehensive career counseling training
-Develop/Adapt materials and curriculum
*Qualifications: -College Junior, Senior or Graduate Student
-Work or volunteer experience in teaching or counseling
-Experience living or working in a diverse setting
-Work or volunteer experience with teens and/or refugees/immigrants
-Excellent communication and organization skills
-Familiar with web design tools and HTML
-Self-motivated and reliable
*Application Instructions: Applications Accepted until position filled
Email resume and cover letter to: patricia.behrend@ci.minneapolis.mn.us
Questions? 612-673-6220

Posted by lind0449 at 11:57 AM

August 8, 2008

Practicum Info

Hi,

A college of mine over at fahrenHEIGHT360 forwarded me information on a position they are looking to fill for a "Career Development Counseling Practicum/Internship". It's only for 12-15 hrs/wk, so I'm not sure how many students would be looking for something like this, but I thought I'd forward this info on to you. It sounds like they are looking to hire very soon...

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Position: Career Development Counseling Practicum/Internship

fahrenHEIGHT360: (www.fahrenheight360.com) positively impacts society
through our expertise in innovative entry-level talent management.
fahrenHEIGHT360 facilitates career exploration and development for
undergraduates and recent grads as they transition from college to the
professional world.

fahrenHEIGHT360 Core Values:
* Integrity
* Results Oriented
* Passion
* Positive Mind Set
* Change Inviting
* Learning Agile

Position Description: As a Career Development Counselor with
fahrenHEIGHT360, you will be responsible for daily aspects of career
development in the Twin Cities office. The position reports to the
Career Coach and is part of the 360Catalyst Team. Responsibilities include:

* Facilitate group and individual meetings with our undergrads and grads using our 360 Catalyst Program.
* Monitor attendance and participation in groups.
* Collaborate with the 360 Catalyst Team to implement, expand, and deepen our personal and professional development program.
* Administer daily aspects of career development in the Twin Cities office.
* Supervise for-credit undergraduate internships.
* Administer benefit programs, including: pay raises, managing minimum expectations, etc.
* Administrative duties related to the above responsibilities.
* Other duties as assigned.

Location of Position: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Hours: 12-15/week for 2008-2009 academic year
Compensation: $500.00 stipend per semester. Good potential practicum
hour fulfillment.

Strong potential candidates possess the following attributes and experience:
* Experience and passion for working with emerging adults (18-28 years of age)
* Education, psychology or student development background
* Experience or desire to work in career counseling / coaching / development
* Ability to apply career development concepts in a for-profit business setting
* Strong interpersonal skills, including group facilitation
* Excellent communication skills, including verbal and written
* Self-motivated and self-directed
* Excellent problem solving and conflict resolution skills
* Ability to be flexible and respond to immediate needs
* Strong computer skills in Word, Excel and Outlook

If you are interested in this position, please send a resume and a cover
letter discussing how your skills and personality would make you a good
fit with our company and successful in this position. Please e-mail
materials and/or inquiries to bhaugo@fahrenheight360.com.

Maria Helgerson
Campus Relations and Recruitment Manager
p: 651.894.6369
f: 651-894-6677
mhelgerson@fahrenheight360.com

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Andrew N. Sayre
Graduate Assistant
Student Unions & Activities
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

300 Washington Ave SE, Suite 126
Minneapolis, MN 55455-0371

email. sayre017@umn.edu
phone. 612/625-4208
fax. 612/624-9124
online. http://www.sua.umn.edu/

Posted by lind0449 at 9:40 AM

July 25, 2008

Practicum Info

To: CSPP Doctoral Students
From: Vocational Assessment Clinic
Re: Advanced Practicum Opportunity

WORD DOCUMENT OF FLYER IS ATTACHED Download file

Looking for more assessment and career counseling experience?

Consider an advanced practicum at the Vocational Assessment Clinic (VAC)

VAC is a non-profit clinic that operates out of the Department of Psychology in Elliott Hall. We serve a diverse clientele of individuals from the Twin Cities Community. Through comprehensive testing and one-on-one counseling, we assist clients in developing career paths in which they can be both successful and satisfied.

Counselors operate relatively autonomously in working with their assigned clients. A biweekly group supervision meeting provides opportunity for case consultation and enables counselors to get more in-depth information about specific assessment instruments and client concerns.

Prerequisites
- Completion of at least one beginning practicum in a setting that focused on development of basic counseling skills.
- Background in assessment (i.e., completion of an assessment course).
- Knowledge of career development.

We have openings to begin either Fall or Spring Semester

For more information, contact the clinic director, Dr. Amy Conlon, at iwanx002@umn.edu.

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North Hennepin Community College, Internship/Practicum Info

Academic Advising position for students in SSS/TRIO program at NHCC. Find more info online: http://www.nhcc.edu/pdfs/student_resources/SSS_TRiO_internship_description.pdf

Posted by lind0449 at 9:23 AM

July 18, 2008

Practicum Info

Norht Hennepin Community College, Internship/Practicum Info

Academic Advising position for students in SSS/TRIO program at NHCC. Find more info online: http://www.nhcc.edu/pdfs/student_resources/SSS_TRiO_internship_description.pdf

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Mental Health Worker Intern
Company: Family Networks, Inc.

Date of posting: 2008/07/11
Location: 7600 Boone Avenue North - Suite 2 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428
Phone: 763-515-2453
Job Description
Family Networks, Inc.
Undergraduate Training Program

Program Description
Family Networks, Inc. is a not-for-profit agency which provides mental health services to children, adolescents, and their families in Hennepin County. Elementary, Middle School, and High School age seriously emotionally disturbed youngsters receive day treatment through our day treatment programs. In home-family therapy is provided through our Outpatient services. Therapeutic preschool, parent education and support are provided through the REAL program. An early childhood Intensive mental health program is offered through the I-REAL program. For more information, please see separate program descriptions. Training experiences may be offered in any of the above programs, dependent on requirements of the graduate program and availability at the site.

Family Networks offers training experience to undergraduate students in psychology, social work and social sciences programs.

Expectations of Interns/Practicum Students:

• Students will develop, with their site supervisor, a training agreement and schedule within the first few weeks of their internship/practicum at Family Networks.

• Students will follow the ethical guidelines of their profession.

• Students will work as members of multi-disciplinary teams within Family Networks.

• Students will be oriented to Family Networks’ policies and procedures and are expected to follow them.

• Students will participate in group supervision and training seminars, as well as participate, regularly, at case conferences at their site.

• Regular, on-going informal evaluations occur during the training period at Family Networks. In addition, formal reviews take place with the student and their Family Networks primary supervisor. The review process follows the Family Networks protocol of gathering information from all staff that has had a supervisory role with the student. The format of the evaluation itself can follow the student’s training program guidelines.


What students can expect from Family Networks:

• Family Networks will meet the supervisory requirements of the student’s undergraduate program. Typically, we are able to offer supervision to junior and senior level students in psychology, social work and allied fields.

• Supervision is generally provided weekly by the on-site supervisor. In addition, there are group supervision sessions and seminars on clinical topics. At their site, the student will participate in weekly case reviews and has the opportunity to participate in regular psychiatric case consultations with the consulting psychiatrist.

• Family Networks offers an opportunity for students to work as part of a multidisciplinary team.

• Family Networks offers the student an opportunity to work within a collaborative model, as Family Networks participates in collaborations between schools, mental health agencies and Hennepin County.

• The student will be able to participate in other agency-wide training workshops and seminars.

Qualifications, Knowledge, and Skills Required
Participation in an undergraduate Human Services program.

Position type: PT/FT Internship
Hours: Day time - M- F

Salary Range: Unpaid Internship
Application Deadline: 2008/08/11
How to apply: • Interested applicants should complete an application for internship. These may be located on Family Networks’ website www.familynetworks.org or by contacting Reubenna Cooley at reubennac@familynetworks.org or 763-515-2453.

• An initial interview is held with the site supervisor would take place before a final selection is made by Family Networks.

Website: http://www.familynetworks.org

Posted by lind0449 at 9:07 AM

April 22, 2008

Practicum Info

Hi CSPP'ers!

Attached please find a practicum description for next fall/spring. This site is at the Carlson School of Management on the UMN Twin Cities campus and offers a stipend of $2000/semester. The student selected for this site will have the opportunity to learn about college student development, program management, career/academic counseling and student leadership. The Carlson School of Management attracts students from many different backgrounds and is well-known for its programming and academic offerings.
This is a new practicum site and it sounds like it could be a great opportunity!!

Application directions are below (deadline is coming up very soon). If you have any questions about this site, please contact Brent Opall (opall001@umn.edu ) or myself.

Enjoy the end of the semester!
Anna

For more info: Download file

Anna Mraz, M.A.
Counseling & Student Personnel Psychology Program Department of Educational Psychology College of Education & Human Development University of Minnesota
143 Education Sciences Building
56 East River Road
Minneapolis, MN 55455
(612)626-7907
mrazx002@umn.edu

-----Original Message-----
From: Brent Opall [mailto:opall001@umn.edu]
Sent: Tuesday, April 15, 2008 11:11 AM
To: Anna Mraz
Subject: Practicum Opprotunity

Anna, Attached you will find a practicum opportunity we would like to offer to students interested in College Student Personnel. We would like to send the posting as soon as possible with a deadline of Monday May 5th for the resume and cover letter. Interviews would then be completed over the following week or two.

We are only offering one practicum for the upcoming academic year however, an additional opportunity may be offered for the 2009/10AY.

Application materials can be sent to me directly via email at opall001@umn.edu OR to 321 -19th Ave S Suite 1-105, Minneapolis, MN 55455

Thank you. Please let me know if you have any questions. -Brent

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Brent S. Opall
Assistant Director Student Development
Undergraduate Program
Carlson School of Management
University of Minnesota

Direct: 612-624-5568
Office: 612-624-3313
Fax: 612-624-0350
e-mail: opall001@umn.edu
www.carlsonschool.umn.edu

Posted by lind0449 at 11:23 AM

March 20, 2008

Practicum Info

Hello!

I wanted to let you know about a wonderful internship opportunity for students (undergrad or grad) interested in College advising and/or TRiO. I am currently in this internship and it has been a wonderful experience! She is hoping to do interviews soon, so please have people contact ASAP!

This internship opportunity is at North Hennepin Community College, in the TRIO/Student Support Services Office. It would require between 20-40 hours a week, depending on the needs of the intern.

The Student Support Services (SSS) Program is funded by the Federal Department of Education to serve 230 NHCC students. Participants choose from a variety of services, which includes academic advising, individual tutoring, career exploration, assistance completing financial aid forms, help searching for and preparing scholarship applications and support transferring to a four-year institution.

To qualify, students must be U.S. citizens or hold permanent residence or refugee status, be admitted to North Hennepin Community College and meet at least one of the following criteria:

1. First-generation college student (neither parent graduated with a four-year college degree), or 2. Meet federal low-income guidelines, or 3. Have a documented disability.

The internship is unpaid, however has MANY excellent opporutnities for interns, including
- having a caseload of 40-60 students
- working with students one on one and in groups on topics such as course/major planning, transfering, scholarships, and financial aid
- offer mini workshops on topics such as scholarship, transfer, study skills, etc depending on student need

Please see the attached internship position description for complete details. Please let me know if you have any questions!

For details or to schedule an internship interview, please contact Shelly Siegel at Fine Arts Center - FAC 103
763-424-0937
ssiegel@nhcc.edu

Feel free to forward this to anyone you feel may be interested.

Thanks!
~Kim

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Career Services at Concordia University, St. Paul needs an intern for 08-09 school year! Contact Diane Sukut for more info:

Diana Sukut, M.Ed, NCC
Director of Career Services
Concordia University, St. Paul
LU 110
Office: 651.603.6241
Fax: 651.659.0207
http://concordia.csp.edu/Careers/

To post a job/internship opportunity, please visit the link above and click on Resources for Employers.

Note: Please refrain from wearing scented products of any kind while visiting LU110. You will be asked to reschedule your appointment if necessary.

Posted by lind0449 at 10:35 AM

February 29, 2008

Practicum Info


Career Development - Internship Opportunity - Stipend added!

The St. Paul Campus Career Center at the University of Minnesota is seeking a graduate student to serve as a Career Intern for the 2008-2009 academic year. The St. Paul Campus Career Center provides career assistance to both undergraduate and graduate students in several colleges, for a variety of majors ranging from applied economics to environmental science to design . These services and resources include:
RESOURCES
• Resource Library
• Web Site
• Individual Career Counseling
• Career Courses
• Job and Internship Search Assistance
• Professional Networking Assistance

SERVICES
• Student E-newsletter
• Career Fairs
• Resume, CV and Cover Letter Review
• Mock Interviews
• On Campus Interviews
• Graduate School Essay Review

Internship responsibilities may include co-teaching a career development course, facilitating workshops on career related topics, one-on-one appointments with students, opportunities to use career assessment instruments and other projects as agreed upon by the intern and internship coordinator. Responsibilities will be negotiated based upon the intern’s learning goals and office needs. Prospective interns should be able to work 10-20 hours per week.

Note change (2/20/08): A $1000/semester stipend accompanies this internship.

Qualifications: Applicants should be currently seeking a Master’s level degree in counseling, higher education or a related field. Experience with job search skills, career development, teaching or advising is preferred, but not required.

A completed application will contain the following materials: (1) a resume and cover letter, and (2) the names, titles, and phone numbers of at least three persons who can provide references (please indicate the length and nature of the relationship with each reference). Send these materials to: Intern Search Committee, St. Paul Campus Career Center, 198 McNeal Hall, 1985 Buford Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55108. For more information contact 612-624-2710. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.

Posted by lind0449 at 3:55 PM

February 21, 2008

Practicum Info

Neighborhood Involvement Program (NIP) is looking for 8 practicum students (either practicum or advanced practicum) starting in September.

They are also looking for 1 internship student starting in September and 1 internship student starting in May. If they can't find the one for May, the position will be added to September. Please contact Dan Keefe, (612) 374-3125, ext.537, Neighborhood Involvement Program, Counseling Center, 2431 Hennepin Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN 55405.

Submit a resume and cover letter as well as the time frame of the placement you want. All materials should be addressed to Dan Keefe. He prefers not to have every student contact him for information regarding the application process. Check their website to learn about NIP. http://www.neighborhoodinvolve.org/

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Hubert H. Humphrey Job Corps is looking for a practicum student for next year. Position includes career development work with young adults ages 16-24 years old. For full announcement and contact info Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 2:07 PM

February 8, 2008

Practicum Info


Given that it is practicum application time again, I wanted to drop a quick note to remind you of the Advanced Therapy Practicum Training Program at Carleton College. We have so enjoyed the previous CSPP students who have completed a practicum at The Wellness Center at Carleton.

We provide training in a multi-disciplinary setting (including psychologists, nurse practitioners, a psychiatrist, a dietician, a disability coordinator, and support staff) for doctoral students who are interested in getting additional therapy practicum training.

Carleton students are incredibly intelligent, interesting individuals who present with clinically challenging and broad-based presenting issues, which makes for a stimulating therapeutic environment.

We do require that students have at least one year of previous therapy practicum training experience in order to apply. Please view the attachment to this email, as it provides a more through description of what our program offers.

Thanks very much. I hope you will keep Carleton College in mind as you help CSPP students find appropriate practicum placements. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

Sincerely,
Marit Lysne, Psy.D., LP
Clinical Psychologist
The Wellness Center
Carleton College
Phone: (507) 646-4080
Fax: (507) 646-5038
mlysne@acs.carleton.edu

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Advanced Practicum Opportunity

Gustavus Adolphus College

Counseling Center
St. Peter, MN
August 15, 2008 – May 31, 2009

Position Description The Counseling Center at Gustavus Adolphus College is seeking one or two advanced practicum students to join our staff during the 2008-2009 academic year. We ask for a minimum commitment of 16 hours per week, though we would prefer 24 hours per week. Each week students will receive two hours of individual supervision and 1-1/2 hours of group supervision from doctoral level, licensed psychologists.

Responsibilities Responsibilities include conducting intakes, individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, psychological testing and assessment, consultation, and educational programs and workshops.

Requirements Previous counseling experience is required, and post-master’s degree and/or doctoral level students are preferred.

Professional Development Funds Professional development money is also available to defray the costs of conferences, books, etc.

Description of the Practicum Site Gustavus Adolphus College is a private liberal arts school with a strong Swedish Lutheran heritage. We enroll 2600 undergraduate students from 42 states and 23 foreign countries who represent a wide spectrum of economic and sociological backgrounds, as well as a variety of religious affiliations. We are located in St. Peter, MN, about 75 minutes southwest of the Twin Cities.

Gustavus is concerned with the development of the whole student including intellectual, social, spiritual, emotional, cultural, and physical dimensions, and we believe a student’s education is more than the sum of classroom experiences. The Gustavus Counseling Center works to foster student development by providing an array of high quality services including: individual, group and couples counseling for students; consultation to all members of the community; educational programs and workshops; training for staff and students; teaching academic courses. We are staffed by three doctoral level psychologists, a part-time masters-level counselor, and one or two practicum students, and we work collaboratively with Health Service, Alcohol and Drug Education, Residential Life, the Chaplains’ Office, the Dean of Students, Faculty, as well as other divisions within the College.

Application Process To apply, please send a letter of application, vita, and the names and phone numbers of three references to:

Jacqueline Alvarez, Ph.D., L.P.
Director of the Counseling Center
Gustavus Adolphus College
800 West College Avenue
St. Peter, MN 56082

Review of applications will begin February 25, 2008, and continue until the positions are filled. For more information about this practicum opportunity, please feel free to call Jacqueline Alvarez at (507) 933-7027.

Posted by lind0449 at 2:08 PM

February 1, 2008

Practicum Info

Advanced Practicum Opportunities for PhD Students

Hello,

This year I am doing a assessment based practicum at the North Central Ministry Development Center. For students who are looking for this type of a practicum, I can highly recommend a practicum position there. The staff are very supportive and knowledgeable and truly make you feel like a part of the team for the year. I have had the opportunity to learn a lot about assessments and how to effectively use assessments with clients. If you are interested in this practicum position, please review the description and contact Mark Sundby, Ph.D., L.P., Executive Director, at (651) 636-5120 or marksundby@comcast.net. If you have questions about my experience, please feel free to contact me at trot0026@umn.edu or by phone at 612.396.6901.

Warm Regards,
Michelle Trotter

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North Central Ministry Development Center is made up of doctoral level psychologists who provide psychological assessments for seminarians and clergy. We are an ecumenical, not-for-profit organization that serves over fifteen different denominations, including clients who are Baptist, Episcopal, Lutheran, Presbyterian, United Church of Christ, United Methodist, and Unitarian. Our work involves administering psychological inventories, meeting with clients to interpret results, making developmental recommendations, and writing psychological reports.

Successful practicum students are tolerant of a wide range of worldviews that may differ significantly from their own. Each student receives an hour of one-on-one supervision per week from a psychologist. They are also included in staff trainings and functions, and considered to be part of our staff for the year. Ideally, he or she would be able to devote between sixteen to twenty hours per week. By the end of the practicum, a student will have received training and experience in the BarOn Emotional Intelligence Quotient Inventory, California Psychological Inventory, 16PF, Myers Briggs Type Indicator, MMPI-2, and Strong Interest Inventory. There may be the opportunity to learn additional inventories as the practicum student's needs warrant. Interested students are invited to contact Mark Sundby, Ph.D., L.P., Executive Director, at (651) 636-5120 or marksundby@comcast.net.

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University of St. Thomas - Personal Counseling Center - Advanced Practicum

The advanced practicum position provides counselors-in-training the opportunity to provide individual personal counseling to undergraduate and graduate students in a university counseling center. The Personal Counseling Center provides comprehensive psychological services to the community of the University of St. Thomas. In addition, Personal Counseling, in coordination with the Career Development Center, has an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship program.

Full description: Download file, Application: Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 9:28 AM

January 18, 2008

Practicum Info

Looking for a practicum site? Have you considered Gustavus Adolphus College?

As a recent CSPP graduate, I would love to have another CSPP student here at Gustavus - and can whole-heartedly recommend Gustavus as a great training experience. We have a small counseling center with three full time staff and a great collegial and supportive atmosphere. Practicum students are welcomed as important and contributing members of staff and participate fully in the daily life of a college counseling center. You will be expected to take on a full and varied client load, will take part in staff meetings and case consultation and will have the opportunity to take part in group work and in outreach and educational programming. You have an office shared with our part-time counselor. A strength of this site is the opportunities you have to build relationships with other Student Affairs offices (Career Center, Health Services, Residential Life) and to really learn how a college counseling center functions within a college.
Supervision is excellent - and it may well be possible to car pool from the Twin Cities!

We are looking for practicum students with some experience: a doctoral level student or master's student with experience in a related field would be ideal. Feel free to email me or to call if you any questions about the site.

Rachel Slater
rslater@umn.edu

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Graduate School Intern Position Opening, Career and Community Learning Center
University of Minnesota, College of Liberal Arts

The Career and Community Learning Center (CCLC) in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota announces 1-2 openings for a master’s level graduate school intern for the 2008-2009 academic year. We are seeking graduate students who are interested in experiencing the creation, planning and delivery of a variety of career services in a dynamic, cutting edge environment.

About CCLC
CCLC offers resources and services to help undergraduate College of Liberal Arts students choose a major, get an internship or volunteer opportunity, choose a career, find a job, apply to graduate/professional school, and prepare for the world of work. Further information about CCLC can be found at www.cclc.umn.edu.

Opportunities
1. Deliver workshops on resume and cover letter writing, effective interviewing skills, job-search strategies, or additional topics as appropriate.
2. Conduct individual career counseling sessions to assist students in major and career exploration, job or internship searching, and researching graduate school. Individual appointments may also include personal statement critiques/feedback and interpretation of various career assessment instruments, including the MBTI and SII and Skills Confidence Inventory.
3. Conduct individual and group mock interviews and feedback sessions with students.
4. Co-teach a credit bearing career course. Courses offered by CCLC include Major and Career Exploration (ID 1201, for freshmen and sophomores) and Career Planning (ID 3201, for juniors and seniors). Co-teaching may include developing lesson plans, grading assignments, facilitating lectures and discussions, and other responsibilities as appropriate.
5. Assist with resume and cover letter critiques and general career counseling questions in the CCLC Resource Room (through walk-in assistance).
6. Plan, organize, and implement new or existing CCLC events, including the CLA Internship Event, Exploring Interests and Majors, Job Search Jump Start and other events as appropriate.
7. Involvement in appropriate professional associations, events, and workshops.
8. Additional opportunities may be available depending on a student’s background, interests, and skills.
Qualifications
Eligible candidates must be enrolled in a graduate program in counseling, student personnel psychology, or a related field, and should have completed at least one year of study, including a course in career counseling. Candidates should also have a desire to focus on career counseling in a higher education setting; CCLC does not offer personal counseling as a service.

Additional Information
The position begins September 2008 and continues through May 2009. The intern should expect to work 20-25 hours per week, or as required by their graduate school program. Videotaping of sessions is allowed with consent of student(s). Supervision will be provided on a weekly basis by one of the professional MA level career counselors on-site; supervision by a licensed psychologist is not available through the CCLC experience. The trainee will begin with observation of appointments, workshops, etc; proceed to supervised sessions, and then independent sessions.

A stipend will be available for both fall and spring semester in addition to membership in a local professional association and opportunities to attend appropriate professional development event(s).

Application Procedure
A completed application will contain the following materials: (1) a resume and cover letter that describes your interest in the position and explains how your experience has prepared you for the above opportunities, and (2) the names, titles, and phone numbers of at three persons who can provide professional references.

Send these materials to:

Search Committee Chair, Career Services Intern
Career & Community Learning Center
University of Minnesota
135 Johnston Hall
101 Pleasant Street S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until position(s) are filled. Direct questions to Robin Stubblefield, Career Services Coordinator, at rstubblefield@class.cla.umn.edu or 612-624-7577.

The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.

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Career Development - Internship Opportunity

The St. Paul Campus Career Center at the University of Minnesota is seeking a graduate student to serve as a Career Intern for the 2008-2009 academic year. The St. Paul Campus Career Center provides career assistance to both undergraduate and graduate students in several colleges, for a variety of majors ranging from applied economics to environmental science to design . These services and resources include:

RESOURCES
• Resource Library
• Web Site
• Individual Career Counseling
• Career Courses
• Job and Internship Search Assistance
• Professional Networking Assistance

SERVICES
• Student E-newsletter
• Career Fairs
• Resume, CV and Cover Letter Review
• Mock Interviews
• On Campus Interviews
• Graduate School Essay Review

Internship responsibilities may include co-teaching a career development course, facilitating workshops on career related topics, one-on-one appointments with students, opportunities to use career assessment instruments and other projects as agreed upon by the intern and internship coordinator. Responsibilities will be negotiated based upon the intern’s learning goals and office needs. Prospective interns should be able to work 10-20 hours per week. The position is unpaid.

Qualifications: Applicants should be currently seeking a Master’s level degree in counseling, higher education or a related field. Experience with job search skills, career development, teaching or advising is preferred, but not required.

A completed application will contain the following materials: (1) a resume and cover letter, and (2) the names, titles, and phone numbers of at least three persons who can provide references (please indicate the length and nature of the relationship with each reference). Send these materials to: Intern Search Committee, St. Paul Campus Career Center, 198 McNeal Hall, 1985 Buford Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55108. For more information contact 612-624-2710. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.

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RADIUS Girls Program
Position: Clinical Counseling/Social Work Intern (Unpaid)
Location: Minneapolis/Saint Paul

This is a unique opportunity for a motivated individual to gain experience working with adolescent females in the juvenile justice system. This individual will gain knowledge and understanding of trauma and grief issues that impact girls in the juvenile justice system, and an opportunity to develop skills in group facilitation, individual counseling, family work, and restorative justice. Additionally, the individual will gain experience in case management, gender-specific programming, and working with an inter-disciplinary team.

The RADIUS Girls Programs provide services for adolescent girls in the juvenile justice system. The programs provide psycho-educational groups, individual counseling, and restorative justice circles. The goal of the programs are to provide a safe forum for juvenile females to process prior victimization, make amends for harm they have made, and provide support for girls to get off probation. The RADIUS staff work from a client-orientated perspective that includes influences of narrative therapy, solution-focused therapy, attachment, and family systems theory.

* Please note: There is an LPC and MSW on staff.

The ideal candidate will be in a graduate program for counseling or social work.
• Having access to a car is strongly preferred.

Knowledge and Skills Preferred:
• Experience with group facilitation or an understanding of psycho-educational group process.
• Strong interpersonal skills.
• Experience working with young people, preferably girls, who have trauma and grief in their lives.
• Understanding of youth developmental stages and how issues of adolescence manifest for girls.
• Ability to work effectively with girls from diverse cultures.

Time Commitment: 20-25 hours per week, Fall Semester 2008 and Spring Semester 2009. There is opportunity to begin the Summer of 2008.

Responsibilities:
• Assist program coordinator in facilitation of 15 week psycho-educational group; this may include transportation of girls to and from group.
• Observe/provide individual counseling to clients.
• Observe/facilitate family circles as needed.
• Assist with quarterly newsletter.
• Assist with case management aspects of the program; which will include developing treatment plans and providing resource referrals to clients.
• Assist with Graduates Group.
• Attend any required trainings/workshops.
• Assist with ongoing program development.
• Attend weekly individual supervision with Program Director.
• Attend weekly team meetings.

Please submit letter of interest and resume by February 15th, 2008 to:

RADIUS Program
555 Park Street, Suite 200
St. Paul, MN 55103

You may email applications to: amelia@amicususa.org

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2008-2009 Training Opportunity, Career Counseling, Career Development Center
HAMLINE UNIVERSITY

The Career Development Center at Hamline University is currently accepting applications for the 2008-2009 academic year. We are seeking a student for a practicum, advanced practicum, or internship position who is interested in experiencing the delivery of career services in a dynamic, cutting edge environment.

RESPONSIBILITIES
Assist career counselors and office staff with the delivery of services to students and alumni. Conduct individual career counseling sessions. Administer and interpret various assessment instruments including the MBTI, SII and CISS. Assist with drop-in service by answering questions on various topics such as career decision-making, job search, internships, etc. Work with staff to plan and present career development programs. Assist with a career development course geared for undergraduate liberal arts students. Participate in staff development meetings, student affairs divisional meetings and counselor meetings as time permits. Additional opportunities may be available depending on the trainee’s interests and skills.

QUALIFICATIONS
Eligible candidates must be enrolled in a graduate program in counseling, student personnel psychology, or a related field, and should have completed at least one year of study, including a course in career counseling.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
The position begins September 2008 and continues through May 2009. The trainee should expect to work approximately 20-24 hours per week. Some evening hours may be required. The position is non-paying. The individual providing training and supervision for this position is a Ph.D. level, licensed psychologist, who is also
approved as a supervisor by the Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health.

ABOUT HAMLINE UNIVERSITY
Hamline University is a private, metropolitan university grounded in the liberal arts and dedicated to fostering ethical leadership in service to society. Founded in 1854 and enriched through its historic connection to the United Methodist Church, Hamline University currently offers baccalaureate, graduate and juris doctorate degrees, as well as continuing education courses, to a diverse and select group of women and men.

The Hamline University Career Development Center is committed to ensuring that students are prepared to thrive and excel in their life’s work and career. The Center provides a variety of services including career counseling, internships, interviewing and job search assistance. The Center also has an employer relations program focused on diverse, high-quality organizations. Visit our web site at: www.hamline.edu/cdc .

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Direct questions and applications (cover letter and resume) to Joan Ostergren. Review of applications will begin February 21, 2008, and will continue until the position is filled.

Joan Ostergren, Ph.D., L.P.
Senior Career Counselor
Career Development Center
Hamline University, MS-B1802
1536 Hewitt Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55104-1284

Phone: 651-523-2302
Fax: 651-523-3085
Email: jostergren@gw.hamline.edu

Hamline University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Posted by lind0449 at 4:15 PM

December 14, 2007

Practicum Info

Here is another prac site announcement for students applying to do advanced practicum next year.

Concordia University Counseling Services, Advanced Practicum Student position:
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Posted by lind0449 at 9:20 AM

December 7, 2007

Practicum Info

Applying for practicum next year? Need to review information that was presented at the CSPP practicum advising meeting? Here is the powerpoint presentation from that meeting for you to review: Download file

Also, read the posts below for more pertinent info.

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Are you a Community and Student Personnel student looking to do practicum next year (2008-2009)?

Here is a list of possible practicum sites for you: Download file, Download file, and Download file.

If you have any questions about this list, please contact clinical assistant, Fengqin Lian, lianx014@umn.edu

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Are you a School Counseling student looking to do practicum next year (2008-2009)?

You can consult the following website for information about Minnesota sites: http://intranet.cehd.umn.edu/TargetEd/TargetEd.aspx?appl=CSPP

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Are you a PhD student looking to do advanced practicum next year (2008-2009)?

Here is a list of possible practicum sites for you: Download file

If you have any questions about this list, please contact clinical assistant, Fengqin Lian, lianx014@umn.edu

Posted by lind0449 at 11:33 AM

June 22, 2007

Practicum Info

Subject: advanced practicum opportunity at the Vocational Assessment Clinic

Could you please circulate the attached flyer to your students? We have several counselor positions available for the fall and spring semesters.
Thanks!
Full description: Download file
Amy Conlon, Ph.D.
Vocational Assessment Clinic Supervisor
amyconlon@comcast.net
612-925-1185

Posted by lind0449 at 3:47 PM

February 19, 2007

Practicum Info

Hamline University Career Development Center is looking for a practicum student, or an advanced student to work with them next year. Attached is the announcement describing their training opportunity. They are flexible, and would entertain applications from advanced students as well as second year masters students.

Dr. Joan Ostergren is in the office on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9:00-3:00 ( 651-523-2882), and would be happy to answer questions about the application process or her site.

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Posted by lind0449 at 10:10 AM

January 26, 2007

Practicum Info

Carleton College

I would like to highly recommend the advanced practicum position at Carleton College in Northfield. I have so much enjoyed my time there and feel supported, well trained and challenged as a counselor in this setting. The staff are very warm and collegial and have an open door policy for questions related to your clinical work. The facilities are very counseling friendly (an added bonus). If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at trot0026@umn.edu.

Take care,
Michelle Trotter
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Michelle Trotter, MA
3rd Year Doctoral Student
Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology Educational Psychology Department trot0026@umn.edu

Posted by lind0449 at 10:13 AM

January 3, 2007

Practicum Info

Attention CSPP Doctoral Students: University of St. Thomas is looking for advanced practicum students!

The advanced practicum position provides counselors-in-training the opportunity to provide individual personal counseling to undergraduate and graduate students in a university counseling center. The Personal Counseling Center provides comprehensive psychological services to the community of the University of St. Thomas. In addition, Personal Counseling, in coordination with the Career Development Center, has an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship program.

The deadline for applications is March 1, 2007.

For further information, download information sheet Download file and application form Download file.

Posted by lind0449 at 8:48 AM

March 9, 2006

Practicum Info

Dear fellow CSPPers:

North Central Ministry Development Center, where I am currently doing a practicum, is still accepting applications for practicum next year. They are specifically looking for a doctoral student with some clinical experience. North Central is a unique nonprofit organization that provides assessment (career & personality), coaching, developmental counseling, skill enhancement, and vocational discernment for individuals who are currently in seminary or working in ministry settings (we work with 12 different denominations). As a practicum student, we get to do career and personality assessments with candidates who are going through the ordination process as well as short consultations with students currently in seminary. You will learn lots about the MMPI, the Strong, RISB, MBTI, how to interpret these in a vocational setting, and integrative report-writing. Besides all of the great and interesting learning opportunities, the staff at North Central are knowledgeable, wise, kind, and honestly, quite a hoot to work with (two of them are CSPP grads!). If you are interested, please contact our awesome director, Mark Sundby, at 651-636-5120. If you have any other questions, please feel free to email
me at yang0369@umn.edu.

Thanks,
Pahoua

Posted by kenne064 at 11:31 AM

February 20, 2006

Practicum Info

Dear CSPP Students:

This is a highly regarded practicum site. They are looking for practicum student, advanced practicum student, or intern to join their office for the 2006-2007 academic year. The deadline this year is March 1st. Joan Ostergren is a CSPP alum. Attached is a flyer with more details.

Pat McCarthy Veach

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Posted by kenne064 at 2:47 PM